AIM Rule 26

This information is being disclosed for the purposes of AIM Rule 26.

Business Description

W Resources is a European mining company focused on delivering long term production of tungsten, a key strategic metal with strong market fundamentals. With five projects in Spain and Portugal, W has three tungsten projects: La Parrilla in Spain, Régua and Tarouca in Portugal and the CAA Portalegre gold project in Portugal.

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Key Information

Country of Incorporation and Main Country of Operations
Country of incorporation: England and Wales
Company registration number: 4782584
Main country of operation: Spain and Portugal

Registered Address
27/28 Eastcastle Street, London, W1W 8DH England

Shares not in Public Hands
In accordance with AIM Rule 26, in so far as the Company is aware as at 15 November 2021 the percentage of the Company’s issued share capital that is not in public hands is 14%.

Details of Restrictions of the Transfer of Securities
There are no restrictions on the transfer of ordinary shares.

Details of any Other Exchanges
The securities of the Company are solely traded on the AIM market operated by London Stock Exchange Plc. Its shares have not been admitted, nor have any applications been made, for any of its shares to be admitted or traded on any other exchanges or trading platform.

Number of Securities in Issue
There are no Ordinary Shares held in treasury and therefore the number of Ordinary Shares with voting rights is 146,947,146.

UK Takeover Code applicability
The UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers applies to the Company. This information was last updated on 1 July 2015.

Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code
The W Resources Board of Directors has adopted the Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code (“Code”). The Company have provided a statement setting out in broad terms how W Resources complies with the Code and will provide annual updates to this statement.

Quoted Companies Alliance (QCA) Corporate Governance Code – The code was last updated March 2021.

This page was last updated on 21 January 2022