JCM Press Room

22nd November 2021
Source : https://spaceq.ca/sasha-jacob-on-investing-chairing-maritime-launch-services/ by  Marcboucher Why did long-time investment banker Sasha Jacob, with no experience in the space sector, choose to invest in infrastructure startup Maritime Launch Services? The answer in part lies in what he learned as “the first investment banker in Canada in renewable energy.” I recently had the opportunity to talk in […]
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12th November 2021
Source : https://betakit.com/maritime-launch-services-to-go-public-on-cse-via-reverse-takeover/ by Charlize Alcaraz Commercial satellite launch company Maritime Launch Services intends to go public on the Canadian Securities Exchange from a proposed reverse take over (RTO) of Jaguar Financial Corporation. Founded in 2016, Maritime Launch is developing Canada’s first commercial orbital launch site that will provide satellite delivery services to clients. The […]
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11th November 2021
Source: https://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2021/11/10/mls-signs-agreement-to-go-public.html By Lois Ann Dort, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter   GUYSBOROUGH – Jaguar Financial Corporation announced a proposed reverse takeover on Nov. 5 – a process whereby private companies can become publicly traded companies without going through an initial public offering (IPO) – with Maritime Launch Services, the commercial aerospace company working towards establishing a […]
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07th November 2021
Maritime Launch Services (MLS) will go public in Canada through a proposed reverse takeover of Jaguar Financial Corporation. In a news release today, Jaguar Financial Corporation stated it had entered into an agreement with Maritime Launch Services having executed a binding letter agreement for a “reverse takeover of Jaguar by MLS.” According to the press release “Jaguar […]
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23rd October 2021
SpaceQ has learned that senior Ukrainian officials are heading to Canada in November including a stop in Halifax and Guysborough County where Maritime Launch Services (MLS) is proposing to build a spaceport. Among the officials coming is Deputy Prime Minister Oleg Uruskyi, State Space Agency of Ukraine Administrator Vladimir Taftai, and likely Foreign Affairs Minister Dmytro […]
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27th May 2021
HALIFAX — The Nova Scotia company planning to build Canada’s first commercial spaceport has chosen some local firms to design and build the compound that will house its proposed launch pad. Maritime Launch Services says it picked Strum Consulting, Stantec, Nova Construction and St. Francis Xavier University, among other organizations to help it launch satellites […]
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13th May 2021
HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA, May 11th, 2021—Maritime Launch Services Ltd. (“MLS” or the “Company”), owner of Canada’s first commercial spaceport, is pleased to announce that it has closed a financing for gross proceeds of $10.5 million. The financing was led by PowerOne Capital Markets Limited and Primary Capital Inc. The proceeds of this financing will enable […]
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03rd September 2020
Canada-based Ceylon Graphite Corp., which is involved in the exploration and production of graphite in historic resource jurisdictions in Sri Lanka plans to invest US$ 6.2 million to develop new sites and start upgrading its natural graphite.
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11th June 2019
Jacob Capital Management Inc. (JCM), a principal investor and leader in financial and strategic advisory services for the renewable energy, infrastructure, clean technology, and cannabis sectors, is pleased to announce that its partner, Maritime Launch Services (MLS), has received conditional approval from Nova Scotia’s Environment Department to proceed with construction of a spaceport near Canso, NS.
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24th July 2018
TORONTO, Ontario, June 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jacob Capital Management Inc. (JCM), a leader in renewable energy and clean technology financial and strategic advisory services, has published a global report on offshore wind energy. The report highlights the benefits of offshore wind power and the industry’s potential in the upcoming decade, with attention to the high-growth markets of the UK, Germany, and North America.
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