Lomiko Metals engages Kenmar Securities as exclusive advisor to raise $ 40 Million Cdn for acquisition and development of critical metals projects

Lomiko Metals Inc. is a Canada-based, exploration-stage company. The Company is engaged in the acquisition, exploration and development of resource properties that contain minerals for the new green economy. Its mineral properties include the 80% owned La Loutre and Lac Des Iles Graphite Properties and the 100% owned Quatre Milles Graphite Property.

Lomiko Metals is focused on the exploration and development of minerals for the new green economy such a lithium and graphite and also has a 100% interest in Lomiko Technologies Inc., an investor in technology and manufacturer of electronic products.

It’s wholly owned subsidiary Lomiko Technologies Inc. is a 40% of Graphene ESD Corp., a 18.5% holder of SHD Smart Home Devices which produces three electronic products and a 20% holder of Promethieus Technologies Inc.

Lomiko Metals has announced that it has engaged Kenmar Securities, LLC of New York to raise CDN$ 40 million for acquisition and development of critical metals projects. Kenmar Securities, LLC, is a Delaware limited liability corporation and SEC registered securities broker dealer and FINRA member.

The Advisor will assist the Company in analyzing its business, operations, properties, financial condition and prospects, prepare suitable marketing materials, contact any potential partner companies, assist and advise the Company with respect to the financial form and structure of any potential transaction.

“This year is the start of the ‘Electric Vehicle Revolution’. Lomiko would like to become part of the battery material supply chain” stated Mr. A. Paul Gill, CEO.

The Company agrees that, should the Company, or any affiliate of the Company, consummate any Transaction with a Referral pursuant to this Advisory Agreement, from the Effective Date through a period lasting until the twenty-four (24) month anniversary of the cancellation or termination of the Advisory Agreement, the Company shall pay to the Advisor, or cause the Advisor to be paid, at the funding of such Transaction, a success fee (the “Success Fee”) equivalent to five percent (5.0%) of the gross proceeds raised from the Transaction, which is equivalent to the total amount received or to be (and actually) received by the Company, from one or more Referrals. The Advisor cannot be certain that any amount of financing will be made available by its Referrals.

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