Vox Royalty Corp. (TSXV: VOX, OTCQX: VOXCF, “Vox” or the “Company”), is a returns focused precious metals royalty company that leads the industry in finding value for its investors. Vox targets and acquires exceptional third party royalties on mining projects all around the world, with ~80% of its assets located in Australia, Canada and USA. As an owner of over 50 mining royalties, Vox benefits from commodity price increases, exploration success and production increases from over 50 projects without the risks of capital calls, margin contraction from inflationary pressures, or future costs borne by mining operators.
While major royalty companies like Franco-Nevada have been around for years (which, according to its founder, has generated a return of 1,485% over the last 12+ years), Vox is still relatively unknown since its TSXV listing in mid-2020. Franco-Nevada had the opportunity to find royalties in the 80’s and 90’s long before investors learned how lucrative royalties would become. Vox utilizes a very similar strategy underpinned by unique intellectual property and in-house mining engineers and geologists to uncover forgotten, high quality royalties around the world at great value. Vox’s business model includes a disruptive, ‘big-data’ approach to the ~US$60 billion mining royalty industry.
The Vox portfolio of royalties has never been stronger, due in large part to its recent Wonmunna royalty acquisition. Over the next two years, Vox expects to more than double its producing asset count, without incurring any development costs. As metals prices likely increase with inflation and new projects come online, Vox is poised to maintain significant revenue gains.
Over the last 18 months, Vox’s highlights include:
- Increased its producing royalty asset count from one to six, including the recent acquisition of Wonmunna;
- Acquired two PGM royalties at Limpopo, covering a 36 million ounces of gold-equivalent resource in January 2022;
- Provided revenue guidance of C$10M – C$12M for 2022, more than double Vox’s 2021 realized revenues, which reflects the ongoing embedded growth in Vox’s royalty portfolio;
- Announced record revenues in Q1 2022, an increase of 172% over Q1 2021;
- Announced the submission of an initial application to list its common shares on The Nasdaq Stock Market; and
- In 2021, more than 170,000 meters drilled by operators on 18 different Vox royalty-linked projects — with that number expected to increase to ~200,000 meters over the next year, increasing the likelihood of further discoveries for Vox’s royalties.