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Bannerman Resources, the Namibia-focused uranium company, will be de-listed from the TSX (Toronto Stock Exchange) from close of business on Wednesday, 11 May.

The ASX/NSX listed company applied for a voluntary de-listing of its securities from trading on the TSX which has now been accepted.

No change will occur to the quotation and trading of Bannerman Resources shares on the ASX or the Namibian Stock Exchange (NSX) and Bannerman’s securities remain available for trading on the ASX and NSX under the code BMN.

After the de-listing date of 11 May 2016 and until a transfer to the Australian register is effected, shareholders on the Canadian register and beneficial shareholders holding their securities through a CDS participant/broker will not be able to trade their shares on the ASX and their holdings will remain on the Canadian share register.

Securities held on the Canadian register which have not been transferred by 10 June 2016 will automatically be transferred to an Issuer Sponsored Holding on the Australian share register.

Once this occurs, these shareholders will be able to sell their shares on ASX by quoting their shareholder reference number (SRN) to their broker.