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Globe Metals & Mining joins forces with Euroswiss Capital for European market growth

Globe Metals & Mining has joined forces with Euroswiss Capital Partners as a strategic and financial ally to bolster its brand recognition and enhance liquidity in the central European capital markets.

Based in Lucerne, Switzerland, Euroswiss Capital Partners specializes in investor relations and offers tailored programs designed specifically for junior mining companies. The firm focuses on cultivating support from various investor segments, including high-net-worth individuals, family offices, institutional investors, and retail investors, while also facilitating introductions to potential offtakers.

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With a market capitalization of $21.62 million, Globe Metals & Mining is strategically evaluating networking, business development, and corporate finance opportunities in Europe over the next 12 months. As part of its expansion strategy, Globe intends to reactivate one or more dormant listings in key German markets, including Hamburg, Stuttgart, Berlin, Frankfurt, and Tradegate. Notably, admission to these listings will be non-dilutive.

Grant Hudson, CEO of Globe Metals & Mining, expressed optimism about the company’s prospects in Europe, citing growing interest from potential investors in the region.

While maintaining its primary listing on the ASX, Globe acknowledges the trading advantages for German investors, such as transactions and settlements in Euros, trading within the central European time zone, and the assurance that cross-listed shares represent the same class of securities as those on the ASX.

Headquartered in Perth, Globe Metals and Mining focuses on exploration activities, with a primary emphasis on its Kanyika Niobium Project located in Malawi.

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