TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwire) -- 03/01/13 -- Platinex Inc. (TSX VENTURE: PTX)(OTCQX: PANXF)(FRANKFURT: 9PX.F), have retained the services of a New York based Financial Advisory firm to coordinate and market efforts to raise up to $6.0 Million in an asset backed corporate bond offering.
James R. Trusler, President and CEO of Platinex, stated, "The funds will be used for a 20,000m drill program on the Shining Tree property which will include deep definition drilling on two deposits."
For the purpose of this release James R. Trusler P. Eng is the Qualified Person.
About Platinex Inc.
A major gold bearing zone coincident with the Larder Lake Break on the Shining Tree property is inferred by a provincially significant, extraordinarily high gold content in soil samples and correlative IP anomalies along a nine km long corridor. Platinex is expanding exploration on the Herrick gold deposit with 62 holes drilled to date with an average grade of 2.10 g/tonne gold. Platinex's management team is a leader in the exploration for Platinum Group Elements (PGE's) in North America. Shares of Platinex are listed for trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "PTX", (OTCQX: PANXF), (FRANKFURT: 9PX.F).
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James R. Trusler
President and CEO
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