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Royal Road Minerals

Investors

New mines for a new world

Corporate Structure

Outstanding shares 214.6M

Warrants ($0.16 - $0.20) 4.4M

Options ($0.10 - $0.15) 3.5M

Why invest in

Nicaragua

A highly prospective, popular modern mining destination with a favorable legal regime and competitive cost structure

A Popular Mining Destination

Canada-listed B2 Gold and Bogota-listed Hemco-Mineros Nicaragua are both producing gold in Nicaragua, London-listed Condor Gold is close to constructing it La India Gold Mine in the west of the country and Centerra and IAMGold are both in exploration joint ventures with Canadian-listed Calibre Mining in the prolific "Golden Triangle" in Nicaraguas northeast

Laws Protecting Foreign Investors

The Law for the Promotion of Investments (Law 344) offers investors fundamental guarantees such as:

  • Free convertibility of currencies.
  • Free Expatriation of Capital: Foreign investors are guaranteed transfers of funds abroad
  • Accelerated Depreciation of Capital Goods
  • Access to financing available at local banks, according to their terms and conditions of approval
  • Property Protection and Security
  • No discrimination against foreign investors
  • 100% international property allowed

In addition to Law 344, Nicaragua has signed up to 20 bilateral agreements for investment protection with several countries in North, Central and South America, as well as Europe and Asia

The country has signed several treaties for the alternative resolution of conflicts. Additionally, the Mediation and Arbitration Law (Law 540) regulates two alternative methods to solve any type of controversy that results from contractual relationships

Supportive Regulator

The Nicaraguan government proactively supports foreign investment and responsible modern mining. Exploration permits require completion of a thorough Environmental Impact Assessment and community consultations. Since January 2019 Royal Road and its partner Hemco-Mineros Nicaragua, have worked together with the Nicaraguan government and with local authorities to acquire the environmental permits for drill-testing three different exploration projects (Los Andes, Montecarmelo and Caribe). As part of this process Royal Road has obtained the first permit in the history of Nicaragua to drill holes to a depth of 1000 meters (Project Los Andes)

Competitive Operating Costs

Nicaragua offers one of the most competitive cost structures in the region, which allows companies to reduce their operating costs and increase their margins

Why invest in

Colombia

Home of the legend of El Dorado, arguably the Worlds most prospective country for gold and copper, one of the strongest economies in South America, a member of the OECD and a country emerging from conflict into a new and promising future

Home of El Dorado and a Future for Copper

Some 50 million new resource ounces of gold have been discovered in Colombia in the last 15-years and several potentially large copper deposits are known to occur in its western cordillera extending from its southern border with Ecuador, 900 kilometers northward to its border with Panama

Strong and Modern Economy

Colombia's GDP in 2018 was USD 368 million, making it the fourth largest economy in Latin America after Brazil, Mexico and Argentina. In the World Bank's Ease of Doing Business report for 2019, Colombia ranked third in the Latin America and Caribbean region, behind Mexico and Puerto Rico and in the 2018 World Competitiveness Yearbook, Colombia is ranked the fifth most competitive economy in the region. Colombia is a member of the OECD

Foreign Direct Investment in Colombia in 2018 reached USD 11 billion, 16% of which was related specifically to the mining sector. This represented an increase with respect to 2017 of 78%

Peace Dividend

In November of 2016 Colombia signed a peace agreement with the FARC (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia), bringing to an end more than 50 years of war and the western hemisphere's most protracted armed conflict. In order to succeed, the post-conflict process requires participation from the private sector and investment support from government and regulators. Post-conflict environments can be dynamic and often confusing, but they are also a remarkable opportunity for the private sector, for rural communities and for the country as a whole

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