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Lexington Gold (AIM: LEX), announces its Warrants have been admitted to trade on JP Jenkins securities matching venue.

Lexington Gold (AIM: LEX), the gold exploration and development company with projects in South Africa and the USA, is pleased to announce that the Company’s existing unlisted 10 pence warrants expiring on 20 July 2026 (the “2026 Warrants”).

JP Jenkins provides a securities matching venue for unlisted or unquoted assets in companies, thereby enabling, inter alia, warrant holders to buy and sell their warrants on a matched bargain basis. JP Jenkins is a trading name of InfinitX Limited which is an Appointed Representative of Prosper Capital LLP (FRN453007).

Holders of the 2026 Warrants who wish to trade their securities can do so and place limits via their stockbroker with trades conducted at a level that JP Jenkins is able to match a willing seller and a willing buyer during normal business hours.

Indicative pricing for the 2026 Warrants (ISIN: BMG5479L1155), as well as a transaction history, will be made available on JP Jenkins’ website.

Ed Nealon, Lexington Gold’s Non-Executive Chairman, commented:
“We are delighted to announce that the warrants issued as part of our July 2023 fundraise will now be capable of being traded on JP Jenkins’ platform. This facility provides our warrant holders with an efficient and accessible venue to potentially trade their securities. The JP Jenkins platform provides transparency and convenience such that our warrant holders can trade with confidence.”

To learn more, read the full RNS here.

Lexington Gold (AIM: LEX), announces its Warrants have been admitted to trade on JP Jenkins securities matching venue.

By Mason JP Jenkins Profile 07 Jun 2024