The gold royalty and streaming company is growing its portfolio of assets, which include 80 royalties in 16 countries.
CEO Matt Fargey told shareholders that the Vancouver-based company has no plans to slow down when it comes to further acquisitions.
"This further increase to our revolving credit facility is supported by our strong and growing portfolio of royalties and precious metal streams and provides Maverix with additional liquidity to pursue further royalty and streaming opportunities,” Fargey said in a statement.
The royalty company also announced it had filed a prospectus to allow Maverix to offer up to US$300 million worth of shares, subscription receipts, units, warrants, share purchase contract and debt securities in the company.
The securities may be offered occasionally over a 25-month period under the prospectus until it expires on October 13, 2021.
Maverix's most recent acquisition was a 2.75% net smelter return royalty on TMAC Resources' Hope Bay mine, located in Nunavut, Canada.
Shares of Maverix dropped 1.3% on Monday morning in Toronto at C$5.91 and 0.4% in New York to trade at US$4.50.
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