The Mint Corporation

The Mint Corporation

September 28, 2015 16:05 ET

The Mint Corporation Announces the Results of their Annual General Meeting

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Sept. 28, 2015) -


The Mint Corporation (TSX VENTURE:MIT) ("Mint" or the "Company") is pleased to announce results of the vote by shareholders at its annual general meeting held on September 24, 2015 in Toronto, Ontario.

Results of Annual General Meeting

Each of the director nominees proposed by management for election was elected to the Board of Directors: Mr. Steven Dulmage, Mr. Neil Gilday, Mr. Graeme Johnson, Mr. Vishy Karamadam, Mr. Ashish Kapoor and Mr. Samuel Webster were elected to the Board of Directors.

At the meeting, shareholders also approved the following resolutions:

  • To set the number of directors to be elected to the Board of Directors at six

  • Re-appointment of MNP LLP as auditors for the ensuing year and authorizing the directors to fix their remuneration

  • Approval of the Company's stock option plan

  • Approval of the location of the Company's registered office from the Town of Oakville, Ontario to the City of Toronto, Ontario

  • Approval for the making up of a loan of up to $5,000,000 by Gravitas Financial Inc., a related party, to Mint Gateway for Electronic Payment Services LLLC, as set out in the Management Information Circular as filed on SEDAR.


Investors are encouraged to read the Management Discussion and Analysis Documents filed on SEDAR for a description of additional risks associated with investing in the Company. The following statement is only intended to inform investors on certain of the many risks associated with investing in the Company. The Company operates predominantly in the Middle East and North Africa ("MENA"). It is accordingly exposed to significant political, legal and regulatory risks associated with operating in these emerging and volatile markets. The key management personnel and operations of the Company are based in countries which do not have strong and reliable judicial enforcement. This results directly in additional risk with respect to the enforcement of legal and contractual rights, including, for example but without limitation, the enforcement of the rights of creditors, the protection of intellectual property rights, the enforcement of joint venture arrangements, and binding key employees with non-compete agreements. Since inception, the Company has not reached profitability. The Company relies heavily on high-cost, debt financing to fund its business plan. This has exposed the Company to unique financial risks associated with significantly higher than normal debt levels. Investors in the company are strongly encouraged to be aware of the significant risks of the company, to conduct additional due diligence and to seek the help of a licensed investment advisor before considering to invest in securities of the Company. Moreover, investors must be aware that the purchase of the Company's securities involves a number of additional significant risks and uncertainties, as disclosed in the Management Discussion and Analysis reports filed on SEDAR by the Company. Investors considering purchasing securities of the Company should be able to bear the economic risk of total loss of such investment.


Established in 2004, Mint is the world's first vertically integrated prepaid card and payroll services provider with its own ATM network, payment processing platform and proprietary branded card product delivered to workers in the United Arab Emirates and expanding to other parts of the Middle East. Mint operates through its subsidiary, Mint Middle East LLC, payroll card services provider in UAE.

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