How do I purchase shares of Verde? Do you have a Direct Stock Purchase Plan?
Verde’s ordinary shares trade on the Canadian Toronto Stock Exchange (“TSX”) under the symbol “NPK” and the New York Open Transparent Connected Venture Market (“OTCQB”) under the symbol “AMHPF. To purchase shares, you will need to do so through a broker. If you do not have a brokerage account, you will need to open one. At this time, Verde does not have a direct stock purchase program.
Can Verde comment on a move in its share price or provide investment advice?
Unfortunately, we cannot comment on moves in our share price or offer investment advice.
What is Verde's number of outstanding shares?
The following securities are outstanding, as of September 30, 2021:
Does Verde pay a dividend? Does it plan to?
Verde has never declared dividends on our common stock. We intend on retaining all future earnings to finance future growth and therefore, do not anticipate paying any cash dividends in the foreseeable future.
When was Verde's initial public offering (IPO)?
Verde's initial public offering was on 21 November 2007.
Can I obtain a stock certificate for my Verde shares? Who is Verde's transfer agent?
The transfer agent and registrar for Verde is TSX Trust Company. Their Investor Services Team can be reached out for inquiries to shares at: Toll-free: 1-866-600-5869 Email: email@example.com Address: 301-100 Adelaide Street West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 4H1.
When is Verde's next quarterly financial report? How can I listen to the webcast?
All details will be posted here under Upcoming Events.
|Q4/21||March 31, 2022|
|Q1/22||May 16, 2022|
|Q2/22||August 15, 2022|
|Q3/22||November 15, 2022|
How can I receive email updates from Verde?
An online form to set up an email alert subscription can be found on this page, under the section 'Email Alerts'. Investors Subscription Page. https://cloud.marketing.verde.ag/InvestorsSubscription
Is Verde on Social Media?
Can Verde mail financial documents to me?
As a sustainable company, Verde posts all investor information to its website. Our quarterly update can be found at the home page. Our SEDAR filings can be found at SEDAR Filings' and at www.sedar.com . If you would like to receive email alerts for new investor information, you may sign up to receive the information you prefer, at the subscription page
Annual General Meeting
When and where is Verde's Annual Meeting of Stockholders?
The date, time and location of our Annual Meeting of Stockholders is announced in our annual proxy statement filed with the SEDAR and is available at SEDAR Filings.
How can I vote my shares without attending the Annual Meeting of Stockholders?
Registered shareholders can cast their votes in advance of the meeting following the instructions outlined in their proxy packages: a) Online: www.voteproxyonline.com - utilizing the 12-digit control number reflected on the proxy b) Mail: Submit the physical proxy received utilizing the return envelope to: Attn: Proxy Voting 301-100 Adelaide St West, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5H 4H1 Beneficial Holders who hold their shares through a broker will receive a package from their intermediary, they should refer to the instructions outlined in their package to cast their votes with the respective intermediary
Where can I find the voting results of the Annual Meeting of Stockholders?
We publish final voting results in accordance with section 11.3 of NI 51-102, which are filed with the SEDAR within one (1) business days of the annual meeting.
When was Verde incorporated?
Verde AgriTech Plc was incorporated in England on August 14, 2006.
Where is Verde headquartered?
Verde’s corporate headquarters is located at Av. Álvares Cabral, 1777 - Santo Agostinho, Belo Horizonte - MG, 30170-001. Brazil.
How many employees does Verde have?
We disclose employee headcount in our Year Ended Financial Statement, which is available at: SEDAR Filings . By the end of 2020, Verde had a total of 98 employees.
Who are the members of Verde's Board of Directors?
The members and bios of Verde’s Board of Directors can be found at: Corporate Governance.
Who are Verde's independent auditors?
Verde’s independent registered public accounting firm is PKF Littlejohn LLP.
Where can I find updates about the permits?
Verde has 3 different mine pits, each one at a different permitting stage and targeting different volumes. The Company currently has full rights to mine 482,800 tpy (since it holds mining Concessions / Permits and Environmental Licenses) and has submitted joint mining and environmental applications for an additional 5,000,000 tpy. Verde publishes monthly updates about the permits, licenses and other information in the Investors Newsletter. If you would like to receive email alerts for new investor information, you may sign up to receive the information you prefer at Investors Subscription Page.
How do the permitting processes work?
Information can be found in our MD&As, at SEDAR Filings. Information about the topic can also be found in our glossary of technical terms.
Product / Technology
What are Verde’s products?
Verde’s marketed products are K Forte®, Super Greensand®, BAKS® and Silício Forte®.
What is K Forte®?
K Forte: K Forte® is a multinutrient fertilizer brand marketed in Brazil. K Forte® is a source of potassium plus approximately 70 trace elements. The product is free of sodium, chlorine, acidification, leaching, compaction and salinity, in addition to ensuring a residual effect of its nutrients. The raw material of K Forte® is Glauconitic Siltite, which is rich in the mineral glauconite. Glauconite has been continuously used in the United States as a fertilizer since 1760. Glauconitic Siltite has properties for the development and nutrition of plants, in addition to promoting the improvement of soil structure.
What is Super Greensand®?
Super Greensand® is a multinutrient fertilizer brand marketed internationally by Verde. It is a source of potassium, silicon and magnesium, nutrients of progressive release. The product is free of sodium, chlorine, acidification, leaching, compaction and salinity, in addition to ensuring a residual effect of its nutrients. The raw material of Super Greensand® is Glauconitic Siltite, which is rich in the mineral glauconite. Glauconite has been continuously used in the United States as a fertilizer since 1760. Glauconitic Siltite has properties for the development and nutrition of plants, in addition to promoting the improvement of soil structure.
What is BAKS®?
BAKS® is a combination of K Forte® plus three other nutrients that can be chosen by customers according to the needs of their crop. BAKS releases nutrients progressively, with no leaching loss. One application per crop cycle or system fertilization is sufficient. This represents more operational efficiency for the farmer. The product is chloride-free, and therefore does not compact, acidify or salinize the soil. BAKS is rich in silicon, a nutrient that increases crop resistance against pests and diseases and protects the crop against climate change. The product also has a large surface area and high water and ion retention capacity, properties that favor microbial development.
What is Silício Forte®?
Silício Forte® is a silicon rich product, also made from Glauconitic Siltite. Silicon is an element that strengthens plant epidermal cells, which prevents water loss. Silicon also strengthens cell walls, resulting in the development of a thicker and stronger cuticle layer, forming a shield against pests and diseases. In addition, silicon improves the availability of nutrients, increases the photosynthetic rate, reduces lodging and contributes to a better capture of sunlight.
What is 3D Alliance® technology?
3D Alliance® is a technology developed to transform the three-dimensional structure of the raw materials added to the fertilizer. The materials are subjected to physical transformations, increasing their specific surfaces and forming microparticles that release nutrients progressively. The fertilizers resulting from the mixture are homogeneous and are distributed evenly in the soil, without segregation.
What is Micro S Technology® technology?
Micro S Technology® is BAKS®’s exclusive elemental sulfur micronization technology. Very small particles are easily dispersed in the soil, allowing for a larger contact surface that facilitates the work of microorganisms. Therefore, the oxidation rate increases and nutrient availability to plants happens more quickly. A study carried out by researchers from the State University of São Paulo with soybean crop revealed that the granulometry of the sulfur source is a key factor to make sulfur available to plants. Four sources of S were tested (pelleted elemental sulfur, plaster, gypsum and powdered elemental sulfur). The application of pelleted sulfur resulted in lower number of pods per plant, number of grains per plant and grain yield per pod than all other sources.
What is N Keeper® Technology?
N Keeper® Technology is a proprietary processing technology for glauconitic siltstone that alters its physical-chemical properties to enable ammonia retention for use as a calibrated additive in Nitrogen fertilizers. N Keeper® accentuates the negative correlations in the glauconite grains, identified by electron micro spread dispersive energy spectrometer in an electronic microprobe, indicating cationic substitutions giving to the mineral the characteristics of an anion. These unbalanced anions allow cationic exchanges between the potassium present in interlayers of glauconite with ammonium (NH4+) ions present in the soil. Therefore, N Keeper® provides a high capacity of ammonia retention, leading to the reduction of Nitrogen volatilization loss, which provides the efficiency of crop fertilization’s increase, mitigation of environmental impacts, and reduction on climate changes.