Out of all North American listed publicly traded royalty companies, Vox Royalty (TSXV: VOX) has the second largest portfolio of royalties/streams covering Australian mining projects with a total of 35 Australian royalties/streams. Most of Vox’s Australian assets cover mining projects located in Western Australia, which is ranked alongside Nevada as the world’s top mining jurisdiction.
Only Franco Nevada (FNV) a US$27.52 billion market cap company has a larger portfolio of royalties/streams covering Australian mining projects with a total of 77 Australian royalties/streams.
The third largest North American listed publicly traded owner of Australian mineral royalties/streams is Sandstorm Gold (SAND) a US$1.328 billion market cap company that owns a total of 13 Australian royalties/streams.
The fourth largest North American listed publicly traded owner of Australian mineral royalties/streams is Royal Gold (RGLD) a US$7.618 billion market cap company that owns a total of 10 Australian royalties/streams.
Vox’s OTCQX symbol, VOXCF, had a market cap at Friday's closing price of $2.48 per share of only US$110.19 million.
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