The third and final closing consisted of 3.5 million shares priced at C$0.125 each raising gross proceeds of $437,500.
Funds will be used to explore new targets on the company’s flagship Cuiú Cuiú gold project located in northern Brazil.
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"We would like to personally thank our shareholders and investors for their support in closing this significantly oversubscribed financing,” Cabral CEO Alan Carter said in a statement Wednesday.
“This funding will allow us to drill test a number of recently identified high-grade gold targets and we look forward to issuing regular updates as we continue to unlock the high-grade gold potential of this exciting district."
All told, the Vancouver-based company issued just over 33.4 million shares priced at $0.125 each for gross proceeds of $4,179,014, including a brokered component comprised of 2.4 million shares for proceeds of $300,000.
Cabral had initially planned to raise $2 million according to a May 2020 announcement but upsized the financing twice due to increased investor demand.
Officers and directors of the gold exploration company subscribed for a total of 1.7 million shares for gross proceeds of $212,500.
Cabral paid finder’s fees of $55,625 in connection with the placement and issued 144,000 warrants to brokers exercisable at C$0.20 for a two-year period.
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