Southern Hemisphere Mining dual lists in northern hemisphere on Frankfurt Stock Exchange

Southern Hemisphere Mining (ASX:SUH) has dual listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the ticker code N4K.

The company, which also today (19 April) reports ‘high-grade’ rock chips at its Llahuin copper-gold/moly porphyry project in Chile, says the dual listing will expand the company’s reach to more offshore markets.

Southern Hemisphere Mining says the Frankfurt listing will enlarge the company’s investor reach and increase its exposure to European markets, which will complement its strategy of being a global player in the copper and battery metal markets

To assist in promotional marketing, Southern Hemisphere Mining has engaged with an investor relations group in Germany Dr Reuter Investor Relations.

“We are pleased to have listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, to provide the company with greater exposure to the European investment community”

The firm assists in supporting companies to attract important target groups. Dr Reuter Investor Relations has worked with various Australian listed companies significantly increase trading volumes on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.

Commenting on the dual listing, Chairman Mark Stowell says: “We are pleased to have listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange, to provide the company with greater exposure to the European investment community. We are also pleased to be working with Dr Reuter Investor Relations, whom works with many Australian companies listed on the FWB.”

Meanwhile, Southern Hemisphere Mining reports the geological mapping of areas previously unexplored within the Llahuin project area continues and has identified additional mineralised veins in areas outside known resources in the project area.

The ‘high-grade’ gold rock chips are from a vein 500m north of Cerro de Oro which was revisited and 5 samples were collected and crushed and panned for gold at site with all showing visible gold tails in the pan.

Southern Hemisphere Mining is a minerals explorer in Chile, South America. Chile is the world’s leading copper-producing country and one of the most prospective regions of the world for major new copper discoveries. The company’s projects include the Llahuin Porphyry Copper-Gold Project and the Los Pumas Manganese Project, both of which were discovered by the company.

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Written By Adam Orlando Managing Editor Adam Orlando has more than 20 years’ experience in the media having held senior roles at various publications, including as Asia-Pacific Sector Head (Mining) at global newswire Acuris (formerly Mergermarket). Adam has worked in newsrooms around the world including Hong Kong, Singapore, London, and Sydney.