The Prospector News

Cordoba Minerals Completes Acquisition and Equity Financing

You have opened a direct link to the current edition PDF

Open PDF Close

Share this news article

Cordoba Minerals Completes Acquisition and Equity Financing






Cordoba Minerals Corp. (TSX-V:CDB) is pleased to announce the completion of the previously announced acquisition by way of a plan of arrangement of all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Sabre Metals Inc. and all of the issued and outstanding common shares of Cordoba Holdings Corp. it did not already own. Pursuant to the Arrangement, each of Sabre and CHC amalgamated with a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cordoba.

In consideration, Cordoba (i) issued common shares in its capital stock to the shareholders of CHC and shareholders of Sabre, so that the Company’s resulting issued capital is 117,599,420 shares (including the financing shares described below), of which the CHC shareholders hold 31,878,261 shares and the Sabre shareholders hold 26,221,722 shares; (ii) issued 2,117,647 warrants to the CHC shareholders and 1,882,353 warrants to the Sabre shareholders, each warrant exercisable at $0.30 for two years from closing of the Arrangement; and (iii) made cash payments totaling US$5.0 million to, or as directed by, Minatura International LLC, one of the CHC shareholders.

Cordoba previously owned an 11% interest in CHC, a private company which held indirect title to the Cordoba copper-gold project. Sabre held indirect title to the adjacent San Matias property located in the Municipality of Puerto Libertador, Department of Cordoba, 200 kilometres north of Medellin. Cordoba now holds, indirectly, the Cordoba and San Matias porphyry copper-gold properties (the combined properties known as the San Matias Project), as described in the technical report entitled “NI 43-101 Technical Report for the San Matias Porphyry Copper-Gold Project, Department of Cordoba, Republic of Colombia” dated November 30, 2013 (the “Technical Report”), which Technical Report is available under Cordoba’s profile on SEDAR at

Cordoba shareholders approved the Arrangement at a special meeting held on March 25, 2014, and the Arrangement was approved by the Supreme Court of British Columbia pursuant to a final order dated March 26, 2014, following which the parties completed the Acquisition pursuant to the Arrangement.

On February 7, 2014, in connection with the Acquisition, an equity offering was closed, consisting of 30,000,000 subscription receipts at a price of $0.50 per Subscription Receipt for gross proceeds of $15,000,000. The gross proceeds of the Equity Offering were deposited in escrow pursuant to the terms of a subscription receipt agreement and have now been released from escrow concurrently with the completion of the Acquisition and each Subscription Receipt was deemed exchanged for a common share and a warrant of Cordoba. Each warrant has a term of three years exercisable at $0.75 with an early exercise provision when the common shares of Cordoba close at greater than $1.25 for 20 consecutive trading days. Any beneficial holder who wishes to exercise any such warrants that are held in a book-based securities registration system must do so by arranging for such warrants to be first issued in physical certificate form, and must follow the requisite exercise procedures set forth in the warrant indenture governing such warrants dated February 7, 2014 as amended by a supplemental indenture between Cordoba and Olympia Trust Company dated March 28, 2014, a copy of which is available on SEDAR at The warrants are also subject to certain limitations on exercise in the United States or by “US persons”, all as further described in such warrant indenture.

The Acquisition and the issuance of the common shares and warrants in consideration therefor, as well as the issuance of the common shares and warrants pursuant to the Equity Offering and the deemed exchange of the Subscription Receipts in connection with the Acquisition, were conditionally approved by the TSX Venture Exchange (“TSXV”), subject to the satisfaction by the Company of certain conditions and the compliance by the Company with the applicable policies of the TSXV.

Simon Ridgway will step down as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Cordoba, but will remain with the Company as a director. Joining him on the board of directors will be Ari Sussman, Robert Allen, David Reading, William Katzin, Bill Orchow, and Tod Turley. Mario Stifano has been appointed President and Chief Executive Officer, and Ari Sussman is Chairman of the Board of Cordoba.

Further information regarding the Arrangement and the transactions related thereto is available under the profile of Cordoba on SEDAR at

About Cordoba Minerals


Cordoba Minerals Corp. is a Vancouver-based mineral exploration company focused on the exploration and acquisition of copper and gold projects in Colombia. Cordoba currently owns 100% of the highly prospective San Matias Project located near operating open pit mines with ideal topography in the Department of Cordoba.

Posted March 31, 2014

Share this news article


Talisker Intersects 995 g/t Gold Over 0.5 Metres within 227.55 g/t Gold Over 2.25 Metres at the Bralorne Gold Project

Talisker Resources Ltd. (TSX: TSK) (OTCQX: TSKFF) is pleased to a... READ MORE

November 26, 2020

Copper Mountain Closes C$17.25 Million Bought Deal Offering of Common Shares

Copper Mountain Mining Corporation (TSX: CMMC) (ASX: C6C) i... READ MORE

November 26, 2020

Surge Copper Drills 0.72% Copper Equivalent Over 176.1 Metres At Ootsa Including 0.89% Copper Equivalent Over 126 Metres

Surge Copper Corp. (TSX-V: SURG), is pleased to announce assay re... READ MORE

November 26, 2020

Kirkland Lake Gold Announces Sale of Novo Shares and Warrants

Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd. (TSX:KL) (NYSE:KL) (ASX:KLA) announced it... READ MORE

November 26, 2020

Newcore Gold Intersects 1.38 g/t Gold Over 45.0 Metres, Including 6.25 g/t Gold Over 6.0 Metres, at the Enchi Gold Project, Ghana

First Results from the Nyam Gold Deposit at Enchi; Second Drill R... READ MORE

November 26, 2020

Copyright 2020 The Prospector News - Site design by Spyderbaby Productions