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Sprott Physical Silver Prices Offering Of 23 Mln Units At US$13.20/Unit

Sprott Physical Silver Trust (PSLV, PHS_U.TO) announced that it has priced its follow-on offering of 23 million transferable, redeemable units of the Trust at a price of US$13.20 per Unit.

As part of the Offering, the company said that it has granted the underwriters an over-allotment option to purchase up to 3.45 million additional Units.

The gross proceeds from the Offering will be US$303.60 million or US$349.14 million if the underwriters exercise in full the over-allotment option.

The company stated that it will use the net proceeds of the Offering to acquire physical silver bullion in accordance with the Trust's objective and subject to the Trust's investment and operating restrictions described in the prospectus related to the Offering.

Under the trust agreement governing the Trust, the net proceeds of the Offering per Unit must be not less than 100% of the most recently calculated net asset value per Unit of the Trust prior to, or upon determination of, pricing of the Offering.

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