Operator: Euromax Resources Ltd.

Location: Bosilovo, Macedonia

Stream: 25% of Payable Gold (subject to conditions)

Term of Stream: Life of Mine

Ilovica is a porphyry copper-gold deposit, owned by Euromax Resources DOO Skopje, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Euromax Resources Ltd. Ilovica is located in southeast Macedonia, within the municipality of Bosilovo, approximately 15 kilometers west of the Bulgarian border and approximately 20 kilometers east of the town of Strumica.

The main sulfide mineral at Ilovica is chalcopyrite, followed by pyrite, and secondary copper sulfides such as chalcocite, covellite, and bornite. Molybdenite, galena, and sphalerite are present in minor amounts, and occasional traces of sulphosalt minerals such as tetrahedrite-tennantite and tellurides of gold and silver are observed.

Euromax completed a feasibility study for Ilovica in January 2016. Mining at a rate of 10 million tonnes per year is planned via conventional open-pit methods using a large-scale mining fleet. Good continuity of grade in the main mineralized areas enables mining to be carried out at a low strip-ratio of 1:1. Ore will be milled by semi-autogenous grinding (SAG) and ball mills and then processed by a concentrator using conventional flotation to produce a copper-gold concentrate with the cleaner-scavenger tailings being re-treated to recover further gold doré on site.

Optimization and permitting work is underway.