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MAGNUSSON ADVISED ALTUS CAPITAL ON LISTING OF DRAGON MINING ON THE STOCK EXCHANGE OF HONG KONG

2018-11-08

Magnusson advised Altus Capital Limited as the sponsor on the listing of Dragon Mining Limited (HKEX Stock Code: 1712) on the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

Dragon Mining, incorporated in Australia and an established Nordic player principally engaged in gold exploration and mining in both Sweden and Finland, was delisted from the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 19 October 2018 and listed on the HKEX on 5 November 2018. The total funds raised in the share offering were approximately HK$101 million.

The project was a perfect example of how client’s benefit of Magnusson’s coverage of all Baltic Sea region countries, in this case Sweden and Finland.

The Magnusson Sweden team was led by partner Jonas Bergquist with support from environmental law partner Mårten Tagaeus and associates Jennie Thingwall, Erik Svedlund, Emmanuel Bengtsson, and Carl Cronqvist.

The Magnusson Finland team was led by partner Heikki Wide with support from partner Tomi Merenheimo and associates Annukka Valén and Hanna Riski.

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