TORONTO / Aug 25, 2022 / Business Wire / Triple Flag Precious Metals Corp. (“Triple Flag” or the “Company”) (TSX:TFPM, TSX:TFPM.U) today announced that it has been approved to list its common shares on the New York Stock Exchange (the “NYSE”). Triple Flag expects that its common shares will begin trading on the NYSE on August 30, 2022 under the ticker symbol “TFPM”, the same symbol the Company’s common shares currently, and will continue to, trade under in Canadian dollars on the Toronto Stock Exchange (the “TSX”). Following the commencement of trading of Triple Flag’s common shares on the NYSE, Triple Flag intends to discontinue the use of the TFPM.U ticker symbol traded in United States dollars on the TSX on September 16, 2022.
About Triple Flag
Triple Flag is a pure play, gold-focused, emerging senior streaming and royalty company. We offer bespoke financing solutions to the metals and mining industry with exposure primarily to gold and silver in the Americas and Australia, with a total of 80 assets, including 9 streams and 71 royalties. These investments are tied to mining assets at various stages of the mine life cycle, including 15 producing mines and 65 development and exploration stage projects. On May 26, 2021, Triple Flag closed its Canadian IPO, which was the largest TSX-listed mining IPO since 2012 by size and market capitalization, and the largest precious metals IPO globally by market capitalization since 2008.
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