The Rights Plan is not designed to prevent take-over bids that treat Galway’s shareholders fairly. Pursuant to the terms of the Rights Plan, any bid that meets certain criteria intended to protect the interests of all shareholders are deemed to be “Permitted Bids”. A Permitted Bid must be made by way of a take-over bid circular prepared in compliance with applicable securities laws and, in addition to certain other conditions, must remain open for 60 days. In the event a take-over bid does not meet the Permitted Bid requirements of the Rights Plan, the rights issued under the plan will entitle shareholders, other than any shareholder or shareholders involved in the take-over bid, to purchase additional common shares of the Company at a significant discount to the market price of the common shares at that time. The Rights Plan is not being adopted in response to any proposal to acquire control of Galway.
The Rights Plan is subject to approval by the TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”) and in accordance with the policies of the Exchange will be presented for ratification by the shareholders of Galway within 6 months. If ratified by shareholders, the Rights Plan will have an initial term of three years.
The major focus of the Company is:
- To take full advantage of the recently acquired gold properties located on the California Gold Trend (Colombia). Recent results confirm historical data indicating Galway’s concessions are on trend with Ventana’s La Bodega-La Mascota project’s and Greystar’s Angostura project. Drilling is expected to begin on the California properties during the fourth quarter of 2009.
- On the coal front, Prodeco will begin drilling at Galway’s GALCA project in early October 2009.
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