INVESTOR PRESENTATION

CHAIRMAN'S MESSAGE

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FRANKFURT: P7J.F

INVESTOR PRESENTATION

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FACT SHEET

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INVESTOR RELATIONS

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SHARE CAPITAL SUMMARY

Updated October 15, 2019 (values are approximate)

Issued and Outstanding

95,426,766

Options

6,183,331

Warrants

58,359,998

Fully Diluted

159,970,095

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why are PGM’s lesser known precious metals?

Gold receives most of the attention, as many more tons of gold are produced annually than Platinum Group Metals. It is true that The Platinum Group Metals are both Precious and Industrial. As a rare precious metal, there are very few Platinum Group Metals producing regions worldwide and even fewer known economically viable ore bodies. Learn more

What are PGM’s most often used for?

The most commonly used Platinum Group Metals are by far Palladium and Platinum, respectively. Palladium and Platinum (the primary PGM’s found at our River Valley Project) are both Precious Metals but are primarily used for industrial applications, notably Catalytic Converters for the auto industry. Learn more

Why is Palladium Valuable?

We all know that Platinum is often used for Jewelry, however Palladium’s value lies within its ability to catalyze and conduct, but it also has a high level of resistance to corrosion and is very durable.

Where are Platinum Group Metals mainly produced?

The majority (over 70%) of PGM’s are produced in either Russia or Africa. There are only two primary producers of PGM’s in North America and not many exploration and/or development projects in the pipeline. See our latest Chairman’s Message on the River Valley Project HERE.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why are PGM’s lesser known precious metals?

Gold receives most of the attention, as many more tons of gold are produced annually than Platinum Group Metals. It is true that The Platinum Group Metals are both Precious and Industrial. As a rare precious metal, there are very few Platinum Group Metals producing regions worldwide and even fewer known economically viable ore bodies...Learn more

What are PGM’s most often used for?

The most commonly used Platinum Group Metals are by far Palladium and Platinum, respectively. Palladium and Platinum (the primary PGM’s found at our River Valley Project) are both Precious Metals but are primarily used for industrial applications, notably Catalytic Converters for the auto industry...Learn more

Why is Palladium Valuable?

We all know that Platinum is often used for Jewelry, however Palladium’s value lies within its ability to catalyze and conduct, but it also has a high level of resistance to corrosion and is very durable.

Third Party Reports

LITHIUM

Macquarie Research - 31 May 2016

Curtin University - 4 March 2016

Euro Pacific Canada - 14 Aug 2013

PLATINUM GROUP METALS

Johnson Matthey - May 2016

NEWS AND NEWSLETTERS

June 2017

AlphaStox - 15 May 2017

Sudbury Star - September 2016

FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

2019

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2019

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2019

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2018

First Quarter Report 31 July 2018

2018

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2018 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2018

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2017

First Quarter Report 31 July 2017

2017

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2017 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2017

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2016

First Quarter Report 31 July 2016

2016

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2016 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2016

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2015

First Quarter Report 31 July 2015

2015

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2015 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2015

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2015

First Quarter Report 31 July 2014

2014

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2014 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2014

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2013

First Quarter Report 31 July 2013

2013

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2013 on Form 20-F

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2013 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2013

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2012

First Quarter Report 31 July 2012

2012

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2012 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2012

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2011

First Quarter Report 31 July 2011

2011

Fourth Quarter Report 30 April 2011 - Year End Financials

Third Quarter Report 31 January 2011

Second Quarter Report 31 October 2010

First Quarter Report 31 July 2010

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