Volt Resources appoints Frankfurt-based firm as investor relations and corporate advisor in Europe

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Volt Resources Ltd (ASX:VRC) has appointed Frankfurt-based DGWA, the German Institute for Asset and Equity Allocation and Valuation, as its investor relations and corporate advisor in Europe.


This complements its existing pre-existing quotation on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange.


Growing graphite production base


VRC managing director Trevor Matthews said the company was looking forward to working with the DGWA team as it continued to grow its graphite production base and develop the battery anode as well as other downstream graphite products in Europe.


DGWA has also facilitated Volt’s listing on Tradegate, which provides access for German retail investors to benefit from Volt’s growth opportunities.


DGWA to help engage


As one of Germany’s leading investment banking boutiques, DGWA is focused on consulting and investment advisory for small and mid-cap companies.


The investor firm will help Volt to engage with retail, institutional and family office investors in the German-speaking DACH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland) with a population of close to 100 million people, as well as the rest of Europe and the UK.


It will also assist Volt to increase awareness of its focus on growing shareholder value through the sustainable development, expansion and product development plans for its European graphite business.


“Investor interest at record highs”


DGWA chief executive officer Stefan Muller said: “We are excited to be partnering with Volt Resources here in Europe.


“The company is at an exciting stage with the recent purchase of the 70% interest of Zavalievsky (ZG) graphite mine and processing facility in Ukraine.


“Here in Europe, investor and stakeholder interest in sustainable downstream graphite producers is at record highs.


“The tailwinds for a company such as Volt Resources in Europe are enormous and include 38 European giga-factories expected to be built by 2030, rules of origin on locally and sustainably sourced materials, and the banning of the sale of petrol and diesel cars by 2035.


“We expect to see investors interest and appetite for Australian companies in the EV stream continue to grow and we look forward to introducing Volt to investors in Europe.”

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