Exeter is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX), the American Stock Exchange (NYSE-MKT), and the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.
Exeter’s ticker symbols are:
Exeter’s CUSIP number is 301835104. The acronym CUSIP typically refers to both the Committee on Uniform Security Identification Procedures and the 9-character alphanumeric security identifiers that they distribute for all North American securities for the purposes of facilitating clearing and settlement of trades.
Exeter’s fiscal year end is December 31st.
Suite 700 – 250 Howe Street
Vancouver BC V6C 3S7
Tel (604) 806-7000
510 Burrard Street, Suite 408M
Vancouver BC V6C 3B9
Tel (604) 661-9400
You can view the document on SEDAR, or on Exeter’s website. Alternatively, if you want to receive a hard copy of the Annual Report by mail, please call us.
All the financial statements are posted on the company website www.exeterresource.com
Exeter, under its current Board and management emerged in 2003. It was formerly a resource company with a different name, managed by different people. The focus on South America was immediate, given the expertise of senior management in gold exploration in that part of the world. Over time our projects had extended geographically, such that the Company had multiple assets spanning different political jurisdictions in Argentina and Chile. In March 2010, Argentinean assets were spun out into a separate entity, Extorre Gold Mines Limited, allowing Exeter to focus on its giant gold copper discovery at Caspiche in the Maricunga district in Chile.
Exeter is a mineral exploration company that periodically reports its gold and silver resources by way of independent calculations prepared by experts in the field. Such calculations are generally in the form of a National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”) report that meets Canadian reporting standards but not those of the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Industry Guide 7.
Periodically Exeter raises funds by way of share placements facilitated through established brokerage firms. The pricing of such placements is negotiated between the company and the brokerage firm or, on occasion an institutional investor. The last such financing was in October, 2010.
Shares cannot normally be purchased directly from the Company. Investors can buy shares through a recognized stock exchange.
Institutional investors own approximately 32% of the issued shares, Management and directors 8%, Individuals 60%.