Blackham Resources Ltd (ASX:BLK) (FRA:NZ3) (OTCMKTS:BKHRF) substantial shareholder Delphi continues to show confidence in the companys gold strategy, lifting its stake to 39.03%.
The German-based prolific Australian junior resources sector investor and related entities now hold more than 3.3 billion Blackham shares.
Despite difficult market conditions, Blackhams recent non-renounceable pro-rata entitlement offer received strong support from large institutions and cornerstone investors (including Delphi) and the company's chairman Milan Jerkovic.
Blackham raised about $26.15 million before costs from the offer.
Sulphide Expansion Project
Jerkovic said after the raising: “Blackham is fortunate to have Delphi and a number of significant global institutions that stepped up during the past months market turmoil.
“We take that as a real show of support not only for the Wiluna project but for the current management team and our staged strategy to becoming one of the largest single asset gold producers in Australia.
“The resultant transformation of the Blackham balance sheet will allow the company to move rapidly ahead on its previously announced Sulphide Expansion Project.”
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