Canada-based Nautilus Minerals Inc. (TSX:NUS)(OTCQX:NUSMF)(AIM:NUS) announced today that its common shares are now trading on the OTCQX International for greater access to the U.S. capital markets.
Nautilus Minerals' began quotation today on International OTCQX, under the ticker NUSMF. Investors can find real-time quotes, disclosure and financial information at www.otcqx.com.
"We're extremely pleased to be trading on the OTCQX offering greater visibility and superior access to U.S. capital markets," said Stephen Rogers, CEO, Nautilus Minerals. "The OTCQX marketplace will allow us to have a closer engagement with our U.S. investors who will be able to take advantage of the timely financial and trading information provided there."
U.S. investment bank, Dahlman Rose & Company, serves as Nautilus Minerals' Principal American Liaison ("PAL") on the OTCQX International, responsible for providing guidance on the company's OTCQX International trading requirements.
"The OTCQX platform supports a transparent marketplace for high quality issuers such as Nautilus Minerals, offering financial information disclosure and efficient trading for U.S. investors," said Stephen Nash, Managing Director and Co-Head of Dahlman Rose's OTCQX Advisory Group. "We are pleased to welcome Nautilus to OTCQX."
On Wednesday, Nautilus announced it had signed China's Tongling Non-ferrous Metals Group as the first customer of its pioneering Papua New Guinean sea-floor mine.
The project, in the minerals-rich Manus basin of PNG's Bismarck Sea, is claimed by Nautilus as the world's first commercial sea-floor mine, and is slated to begin production in the fourth quarter of 2013.