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Company objective
– To turn new discoveries into shareholder value

To be achieved by ……
– Capitalising on management’s expertise and track record
– Focussed, intensive work programs at minimal cost
– Very low overheads
– Geographical focus on FINLAND ( excellent exploration potential & political stability)

Key personnel: track record
Peter Walker, Chairman
– Geologist & Mining Entrepreneur with > 40 years’ international experience
– Founder and CEO of Scandinavian Minerals Ltd. from 1996 until its sale to First Quantum Minerals Ltd. in 2008 for C2 million

John Pedersen, Technical Director
– Geologist with > 40 years’ experience in mining & exploration in Nordic region
– Discovery track record e.g. Nalunaq, Greenland gold mine. Technical Director of Scandinavian Minerals Ltd. From 1999 to 2008.

Krister Söderholm, Director
– Geologist with > 40 years’ experience in mining & exploration in Nordic region
Former Project Manager for the Kevitsa mine in Finnish Lapland

This team developed the Kevitsa nickel-copper mine in Finnish Lapland prior to its sale

Tord Cederlund, CEO
– Extensive board & startup experience in the Nordic mining industry

Why Finland ?
– proven potential for mining
– very fertile geology – more ore to be found
– high quality data available from Geological Survey
– political and economic stability, security of title
– well developed infrastructure
– highly productive, skilled workforce
– Target areas: Ostrobothnia & southern Lapland

Finland: target areas
Ore Belt: new VMS potential in historic mining district

Peräpohja Belt:
excellent potential for new Zambianstyle copper discovery

Ostrobothnia: the “Ore Belt”
– Goal: to discover a large-scale ”VMS” copper deposit similar to Pyhäsalmi or Vihanti mines
– The ”Ore Belt”: proven mining district e.g. Pyhäsalmi, Vihanti, Mullikkorämi mines
– BUT – little explored using modern, deep-penetrating geophysical techniques
– Arctic Minerals has 4,265 km2 of exploration reservations & applications in Ore Belt
– Our plan: use modern geophysical techniques to find new mines

Ostrobothnia: VMS target area

Blue squares: Granted and applied reservations
Blue circles: Known zinc-copper mines and showings
Total area: 4,265 km


S. Lapland: Peräpohja greenstone belt
– 100 copper-bearing boulders along 50km strike
– Mineralised outcrops discovered in 2017
– Newly recognised geological similarities to Zambia, which hosts numerous large copper mines
– Extensive database acquired from 3rd party
– Arctic Minerals has 1,469 km2 of exploration reservations & applications in the area

Peräpohja: target area

Total reservation areas: 1,469 km2






Exploration Program for 2018
– Ostrobothnia: review & interpretation of previous exploration data, including GTK geophysical & geochemical data
– Peräpohja schist belt: review & interpretation of
(i) existing GTK geophysics & geochemistry and
(ii) 3rd party database exclusively acquired by Arctic Minerals
– Goal for Q2-Q3 2018: locate targets for follow up & drilling

Total reservations in Finland


Total reservations held by Arctic Minerals: 5,735 km2





Current Share Structure
– Swedish company, listed on Nasdaq First North
– Trading symbol: “ARCT”
– shares outstanding: 63,170,942
– Price at 8 Feb, 2018: SEK 0.80
– Market capitalisation: SEK 51 million

Arctic Minerals AB – summary
– Management team with proven track record
– Exploration targets in highly fertile terrain
– Low overheads
– Focussed on discovery, not mine operation

– Goal: create shareholder value by selling discoveries to larger companies

Turning new discoveries into shareholder value