European Metals teams up with German investment boutique to boost profile with German-speaking market

European Metals Holdings Limited (LON:EMH) has signed up German investment banking boutique, DGWA, for investor relations services to build the Lithium-focused firm's profile in Europe.

DGWA (Deutsche Gesellschaft für Wertpapieranalyse GmbH) is based in Frankfurt, Berlin and Vienna and, for EMH, it will assist in the German-speaking financial community where there is significant interest in electric vehicle and energy storage systems.

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Additionally, it is expected that DGWA will introduce EMH to its network across Europes corporate and federal community as the company explores the possibilities of offtake-agreements, potential and subsidies.

"We are delighted to be partnering with DGWA to attract European and especially German-speaking investors and bring the European Metals opportunity to the European capital markets,” Keith Coughlan, EMH interim executive chairman said in a statement.

“Together with our strong industrial partner CEZ, we are moving closer to the development of Europe's largest hard-rock lithium project. We believe that the battery and EV industries in the EU are set for significant growth, as European battery production is a strategic imperative for clean energy transition and the competitiveness of its automotive sector.

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