ENP Newswire -
Release date- 17062014 -
ISS has also recommended that shareholders NOT vote the green dissident proxy of
ISS is a leading independent international corporate governance analysis and proxy voting firm. ISS recommendations are intended to assist shareholders in making choices regarding proxy voting decisions. In making its recommendations, ISS carefully considers the validity of the arguments and the outcome that is in the best interests of shareholders.
ISS stated that, 'Liberty Street Capital Corp and
ISS also noted that, 'There are also early signs of operational progress: year over year gold production increased by 16% at Twangiza, the Namoya plant was brought online, and the company successfully raised capital in February under difficult conditions. Though the company still faces a number of challenges ahead, it is unclear what else a new board or management team would do that the current board has not done. The dissidents, therefore, have not made a compelling case that a change to the composition of the board is necessary at this time.'
Regardless of how many shares you own, your vote is important in order to send a message to Liberty Street that you support the current Board and the Company's bright future. It is crucial that you vote your BLUE proxy today. If you have already voted, you can still change your vote, simply by voting your BLUE proxy today. Your later dated BLUE proxy will replace any prior dated green proxy you may have voted and will count.
Your support is critical to delivering on our plans and we ask you to support all resolutions at the meeting. If you have any questions or need assistance in voting your proxy, please contact our proxy solicitor, Kingsdale Shareholder Services, toll free in
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The four projects, each of which has a mining license, are located along the 210 kilometre long Twangiza-Namoya gold belt in the South Kivu and Maniema provinces of the
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