Critical Metals PLC (CRTM.L) Notice of AGM on 27 January 2022

Critical Metals plc, a mining investment company established to acquire mining opportunities in the critical and strategic metals sector, announces that the Company’s Annual General Meeting (‘AGM”) will to be held at 4:00 p.m. on 27 January 2022 at the offices of Hill Dickinson LLP, The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street, London, EC2A 2EW.

Please note that due to rising concern over COVID-19 the board of directors have decided that in the lead up period to the AGM, the Company will be closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation, including UK Government guidance. Should there be no legal limits on social contact in the UK at the time of the AGM, shareholders can attend the meeting but we strongly recommend that shareholders do not attend the physical place of meeting. Any new arrangements will be announced via an RNS. Shareholders are therefore encouraged to vote in respect of their shares as early as possible by appointing the Chairman of the meeting as their proxy.

The Company’s Notice of AGM and Forms of Proxy will be dispatched to shareholders shortly and will be available on the website at www.criticalmetals.co.uk 

For further information on the Company please visit www.criticalmetals.co.uk or contact:

Russell Fryer

Critical Metals plc

Tel: +44 (0)20 7236 1177

About Critical Metals

Critical Metals was formed as an investment company and intends to make equity investments into operators or near-term production operators within the natural resources development and production sector in the continent of Africa. It is envisaged that such acquisition or acquisitions will trigger a reverse takeover in accordance with the listing rules. The Company intends to search initially for acquisition opportunities in the natural resources sector on known deposits and more specifically minerals that are perceived to have strategic importance to future economic growth. Commodities such as antimony, beryllium, cobalt, copper, fluorspar, gold, rare earth elements, tin, tungsten, titanium, and vanadium have been identified by several governments as “critical minerals” and so guaranteeing supplies is seen as a strategic necessity. The Company therefore believes that the market conditions for these minerals will remain strong in the short-to-long term.


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