Firetail Resources (ASX:FTL) shareholders have approved the acquisition of up to 80 percent interest in Valor Resources’ (ASX:VAL) Picha and Charaque projects in Peru, according to an article published by The West Australian.
About 88 percent of Firetail’s shareholders voted in favour of the transaction, which is set to be completed in the first week of September 2023. The deal involves Firetail issuing an upfront payment of $550,000, 15 million shares and 20 million performance rights. In return, Valor will transfer 80 percent of the issued share capital of Kiwanda S.A.C, Valor’s wholly owned subsidiary which holds the mining concessions for the Peruvian assets.
The article also noted that Valor shall maintain a 20.58 percent stake in Firetail and a 20 percent interest in the acquired assets.
Firetail is advancing its drill planning for the Picha copper project in Peru with regulatory approvals already in place allowing up to 120 drill holes comprising up to 40 drill platforms with three holes per platform.
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