The Vancouver-based company will continue to trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange Venture under the symbol AAG.
"We are pleased to be accepted to trade on the OTCQB Market,” CEO Ralph Rushton said in a statement. “The increased exposure to US retail and institutional silver investors that this platform provides should generate additional liquidity and allow us to expand our shareholder base."
The company has also applied for Depository Trust Company eligibility, which allows the company's OTCQB market shares to be bought and sold electronically, without the need for physical share certificates. The increased ease of trading lets a stock cast a wider net for potential investors.
Separately, Aftermath received approval from the TSX Venture on Tuesday (yesterday) for its 100% acquisition of Mandalay Resources Corp’s (TSE:MND) Challacollo silver-gold project in Chile for a total of up to C$10 million.
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