About Coro

Coro is a Canadian quoted copper company focused on exploring and developing new sources of copper to supply an increasing global demand for this essential commodity.

Our vision is to create significant value for our shareholders and stakeholders by realizing the full potential of our flagship Chilean asset Marimaca, which has the promise to become one of the most significant copper‐oxide discoveries in recent years.

Managed by a team of highly experienced professionals in exploration, development, operations and capital markets, Coro is committed to the highest standards of governance, environmental stewardship and corporate social responsibility.

The Company’s shares are quoted on the Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) under the symbol COP.

Why Chile?

Chile is the world’s largest copper producer and exporter, accounting for approximately 20% of annual mine production. Industrial scale copper production dates to the early 1900’s, and since then the country has built up an established industrial and commercial infrastructure.

Ranked 8th in the 2017 global Overall Investment Attractiveness Index by the Fraser Institute, Chile is one of the world’s low-risk mining jurisdiction with a clear legal framework, a supportive government and administration as well as an abundance of available skills and labor.

A geographically varied country, Chile is rich in mineral deposits, natural forests, sea resources and energy sources. With a population of approximately 18 million, the country is considered South America’s most economically stable and prosperous nation.

Why Copper?

Demand for copper is strong over the medium to long-term due to population growth, urbanization and electrification and potentially new demand due to an increase in electric vehicles, electrical vehicle infrastructure and renewable energy sources. On the supply side, a deficit is likely due declining production and the deteriorating quality of new resources and indeed, the lack of large-scale exploration successes to replace these depleting copper reserves.

On the supply side, a deficit is likely due to declining production, the deteriorating quality of new resources and indeed, the lack of large-scale exploration successes to replace these depleting copper reserves.

Management believes the Marimaca Project has the potential to become one of the most significant open-pittable copper oxide deposits discovered in Chile in recent times and that the project will benefit from these positive supply fundamentals and the consequent improvement in the copper price and the valuation of copper projects.

Objectives & Strategy

Coro is committed to creating value for our shareholders and stakeholders by unlocking the full potential of the Marimaca project. This will be achieved by delivering on our objectives and strategy.

Objective Strategy
Ownership 100% ownership across the Marimaca Project Area Shift from control to ownership with property stakeholders
Resources Establish resource for oxides and understand potential of sulphides Phase II exploration program to determine resource and optionality
Create and Deliver Value As the scale of the project is defined, develop plans to optimize the value Realize geological, geographical, capital and risk premiums
Stewardship Establish a strong social licence to operate Implement high standards of environmental, social responsibility and governance

Why Invest?

Marimaca is an attractive deposit

Potential to be one of the best open-pittable copper oxide deposits discoveries in Chile in recent times
Well-funded with a clearly defined exploration program to increase Marimaca’s base
Benefits from an unrivalled location with infrastructure access in a tier one mining jurisdiction

Copper is the right commodity

Positive copper fundamentals will benefit the development of Marimaca
Strong outlook for demand due to population growth, electrification and urbanization
Forecast supply deficit due to lack of major new discoveries and declining production

Coro set for growth

Realigned corporate structure with a new shareholder, Board & management team
Recapitalized to enable focus on delivering value from Marimaca
Potential to drive short-term value with longer-term optionality


Coro is managed by a team of highly experienced professionals in the fields of exploration, development, operations as well as the capital markets.

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Strong corporate governance is essential in today’s business environment. Consistent with National Policy 58-201 in Canada, the Board has:

  1. An Independent Director as the Chairman of the Board;
  2. A written mandate which outlines the specific responsibilities for stewardship of the Company, and;
  3. Adopted a written mandate for each of its Committees; Audit, Compensation and Corporate Governance.

The Company has also adopted the recommendations of Multilateral Instrument 52-110 for Audit Committees and as part of these recommendations has established a whistle-blower policy.

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If you have the ambition to grow, if you can overcome challenges, work as a team player, like to contribute new ideas and have a positive attitude, come join us at Coro!

We are a Canadian copper exploration company in Chile that operates with a sustainable mining model, based on the principles of quality, safety and value of people and their ideas.

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ESTMA Reports

The Extractive Sector Transparency Measures Act (the Act) was enacted on December 16, 2014, and brought into force on June 1, 2015. The Act delivers on Canada's international commitments to contribute to global efforts to increase transparency and deter corruption in the extractive sector by requiring extractive entities active in Canada to publicly disclose, on an annual basis, specific payments made to all governments in Canada and abroad.

Excerpt from Natural Resources Canada website.

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