Trigon Metals Inc has entered into a convertible security funding agreement with Lind Global Fund II, LP, an entity managed by The Lind Partners, LLC, a New York-based institutional fund manager. Under the terms of the Agreement, Trigon has agreed to issue to Lind a convertible security in the principal amount of C$5,500,000, with such proceeds being used for general working capital and to repay all outstanding amounts owing to IXM S.A. pursuant to the credit facility between IXM and the Company. Closing of the funding is expected to occur on or about April 29, 2022, subject to approval of the Exchange and other customary closing conditions.Trigon has also entered into a financing commitment letter with Sprott Mining Inc pursuant to which Sprott has agreed to provide Trigon with a US$2.5 million loan. The Sprott Loan shall have a term of 180 days and will accrue 1.0% interest per calendar month, payable in arrears. The Sprott Loan will be secured with a first ranking charge against Trigon’s Moroccan assets and will be subordinate to the Convertible Security on the remainder of Trigon’s assets. Upon the end of the Term, or sooner if agreed by Sprott and Trigon, Sprott will have the right to direct or otherwise re-invest the principal amount of the Sprott Loan into a stream of silver deliveries equal to 8.25% of the silver produced from the Kombat Mine. The proceeds of the Sprott Loan are to be used to fund the Company’s operations in Namibia. Closing of the Sprott Loan is subject to the parties entering into a credit agreement, approval of the Exchange and other customary closing conditions. The Sprott Loan is considered to be a non-arm’s length transaction given that Eric Sprott, through 2176423 Ontario Ltd., beneficially owns more than 10% of the common shares of Trigon.Trigon is a publicly traded Canadian exploration and development company with its core business focused on copper and silver holdings in mine-friendly African jurisdictions. Currently the company has operations in Namibia and Morocco. In Namibia, the Company holds an 80% interest in five mining licences in the Otavi Mountainlands, an area of Namibia widely recognized for its high-grade copper deposits, where the Company is focused on exploration and re-development of the previously producing Kombat Mine. In Morocco, the Company is the holder of the Silver Hill project, a highly prospective copper and silver exploration project.