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Australian Vanadium raises $3 million to advance Gabanintha Vanadium Project

Attracting institutional investors further confirms the merits of the company’s plans.
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Managing director, Vincent Algar said the placement puts the company in a strong financial position.

Australian Vanadium Ltd (ASX:AVL) has placed 75 million shares at 4 cents per share with two institutional investors.

This will raise $3 million before costs with the funds used to advance the company’s flagship Gabanintha Vanadium Project.

Funded through to completion of pre-feasibility study

The funds will take the company through to completion of its pre-feasibility study, as well as providing working capital.

READ: Australian Vanadium adds another expert to lead vanadium pre-feasibility study

The company views Gabanintha as highly comparable in size, grade and metallurgical characteristics to other operating mines.

Institutional support a show of confidence

Australian Vanadium managing director Vincent Algar said: “The placement puts the company in a strong financial position moving forward.

"Attracting institutional investors further confirms the merits of the company’s plans and demonstrates confidence in its management.”

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