|By Marketwired .||
|April 23, 2014 06:04 PM EDT||
MONTREAL, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 04/23/14 -- Affinor Resources (CSE:AFI)(FRANKFURT:1AF)(PINKSHEET:RSSFF) is pleased to announce the closing of the second tranche of the financing of 6,107,000 units at $0.25 for a gross proceed of $1,526,750 and a total of $2,534,409 overall including the first tranche.
Under the terms, 6,107,000 shares are issued for a gross proceed of $1,526,750. In connection with this second tranche, finder's fee of $27,000 and 108,000 broker warrants are payable to Jordan Capital Markets Inc., $3,450 and 13,800 broker warrants to Global Securities Corp. and $2,125 and 8,500 broker warrants to Wolverton Securities Ltd. The management of Affinor and Vertical Design Ltd participate for $950,000 in this second tranche.
Also Affinor board of directors is very pleased to have come to an agreement with Sequoia Partners Inc. Sequoia is a capital markets and corporate advisory boutique that has been retained by Affinor to provide strategic capital markets advisory services. The team at Sequoia have extensive investment banking, corporate development and corporate communications experience. Sequoia will be receiving cash fees and stock options for services rendered.
About Affinor Resources Inc.
Affinor Resources is a diversified publicly traded company on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol ("AFI"). Affinor is focused on the Medical Marijuana industry within North America as well as Affinor has a Mineral Exploration division. Affinor is currently working towards becoming a premier Canadian Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp company by consolidating fragmented medical marijuana grower facilities and bringing industry expertise to its advisory board.
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