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  1. 1.How can I reach Investor Relations?

    You can phone our office toll free at 1.866.441.0690 or via e-mail at info@mcewenmining.com.

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  2. 2.On what exchanges does McEwen Mining trade?

    McEwen Mining Inc.'s common shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) under the symbol "MUX".

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  3. 3.Where are your projects and operations located?

    Our projects and operations are located in Canada, US, Mexico and Argentina.

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  4. 4.Why does McEwen Mining consolidate and expense 100% of the costs related to the Los Azules project?

    Under United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (“U.S. GAAP”), McEwen Mining is required to consolidate the financial results of McEwen Copper due to our continued majority ownership. Prior to 2013, proportionate consolidation was allowed, however, financial regulators, both in the United States and internationally, have moved away from this concept and now only allow usage in rare circumstances.
    Additionally, under U.S. GAAP, we expense our exploration expenditures prior to establishing proven and/or probable mineral reserves as defined by securities regulations in the United States. Our peers who report using International Financial Reporting Standards may have a different treatment of pre-reserve exploration expenditures.
    We are currently evaluating options to provide improved clarity to our investors in our disclosures, in respect of McEwen Mining’s continued economic interest in McEwen Copper.

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  5. 5.How many shares are outstanding?

    As of October 31, 2023 McEwen Mining had an aggregate of 47,491,869 common shares.

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  6. 6.Who is your largest shareholder?

    McEwen Mining Inc.’s largest shareholder is Rob McEwen, Chairman and Chief Owner, with approximately 17% of the issued and outstanding shares.

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  7. 7.Who is your Transfer Agent?

    McEwen Mining Inc.'s Transfer Agent is Computershare. Please click here for full details.

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  8. 8.What are McEwen Mining's CUSIP and ISIN?

    CUSIP: 58039P305 ISIN: US58039P3055

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  9. 9.I own a McEwen Mining share certificate from before July 28, 2022. How do I exchange my certificate?

    Shareholders of record otherwise entitled to receive fractional shares of common stock will receive cash in lieu of such fractional share interests. Computershare, the company’s transfer agent, is acting as the exchange agent for the 1-for-10 Reverse Split that took place on July 28, 2022. Computershare sent instructions (a “Letter of Transmittal”) to shareholders who held stock certificates regarding the exchange of old certificates for new certificates. To exchange your stock certificates, you must follow the instructions contained in the Letter of Transmittal.

    Shareholders who don't have the letter of transmission, please contact the transfer agent by emailing web.queries@computershare.com or by calling within USA, US territories & Canada: 1-800-546-5141, or, outside USA, US territories & Canada: 1-781-575-2765.

    Shareholders who hold their shares in brokerage accounts or "street name" are not required to take any action to effect the exchange of their shares.

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  10. 10.Does McEwen Mining participate in Direct Registration System (DRS)?

    Yes, please contact Computershare to DRS your shares. Click here for Computershare's details.

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  11. 11.How do I obtain certificates for shares I currently hold with a broker?

    Please contact your broker to make this request. Your broker will work with our transfer agent, Computershare to complete this process.

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  12. 12.Where can I obtain the stock split tax form?

    Taxpayers are not required to file the physical Form 8937 with the IRS or furnish issuer statements to security holders if, by the due date for filing Form 8937, the company posts a completed Form 8937 in a readily accessible format in an area of its primary public Web site that is dedicated to this purpose, and the information is made accessible to the public on this Web site (or the Web site of any successor organization) for ten years. The form can be obtained by clicking here. back to top