EMX Royalty Corporation is a basic materials firm that explores for precious metals, base metals, and battery metals properties.
The company’s asset portfolio consists of various royalty assets and mineral properties that host single metal deposits or polymetallic deposits. These deposits contain gold, molybdenum, silver, copper, lead, zinc, cobalt, nickel, and PGE.
It further mentions that the properties are at different phases of the mine life cycle: pre-production, resource and development, exploration, and production.
EMX Royalty Corporation is a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange Market in Canada, and the common shares of the company are traded under the ticker symbol ‘EMX’.
The Nevada-based Leeville Property is operated by Newmont Mining Corporation. The firm says that Leeville is its one of the key assets.
EMX Royalty Corporation’s royalty portfolio consists of several properties located at different geographies, including-
• North America (the United States and Canada): Nevada, Arizona, Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, British Columbia, Ontario, and Quebec.
• Europe: Serbia, Sweden, Norway, and Finland.
• Asia Minor: Turkey
• South America and Caribbean: Chile and Haiti
The mineral royalty properties consists of Rawhide, Maggie Creek, Yerington West, Gold Line, Kjøli, Victoria Norte, Grand Bois & Surrounding Properties, Koonenberry, Queensland Gold, Selena, Swift and many more.
EMX Royalty Corporation focuses on the exploration and discovery of new mineral targets to earn royalties and increase the cash inflows by investing in strategic acquisitions and alliances.
In a press release dated June 25, 2021, EMX Royalty Corporation completed the purchase of two gold properties, Oijarvi and Solvik.
As per the transaction, Gold Line Resources Ltd acquired a 100 per cent stake in both the properties.
The Vancouver-based mineral royalty company has also listed its stocks on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) American Exchange and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under ‘EMX’ and ‘6E9’ ticker symbols.