EV Technology Group announces listing on OTCQB
by CM Staff
As the largest shareholder of MIL, EV Technology Group has been a strategic partner helping to launch the Electric MOKE this summer.
TORONTO — EV Technology Group Ltd., announces that it has qualified for trading on the OTCQB Venture Market in the United States operated by the OTC Markets Group Inc. and the Company’s common shares commenced trading on the OTCQB under the symbol “EVTGF.” The Shares are also eligible for electronic clearing and settlement through the Depository Trust Company.
EV Technology Group is trying to electrify driving experiences by investing in automotive brands and helping them to transition to the electric era, such as MOKE International Limited.
The listing on the OTCQB exchange will offer United States investors easier access to purchase Shares. The strategy is also consistent with the Company’s broader US growth strategy – following the recent announcement of the opening of an office in California, under the leadership of former Lotus Executive Dan Burge.
As the largest shareholder of MIL, EV Technology Group has been a strategic partner helping to launch the Electric MOKE this summer, with the first production vehicles arriving in the South of France. Manufactured in the UK, the electric vehicles are available via EV Technology Group’s wholly owned French subsidiary.
“As EV Technology Group continues to grow, we are seeing very strong demand from investors – who love the strategy of electrifying iconic brands and are seeing the growth of the Electric MOKE. The United States is the world’s largest investment market and we look forward to welcoming many additional shareholders who will have easier access to the opportunities we offer the market,” said Wouter Witvoet, EV Technology Group’s Chief Executive Officer.
“The United States is a key strategic priority for us,” said Dan Burge, EV Technology Group’s Chief Product Officer. “As we see increased global demand for our products like the Electric MOKE and increased EV adoption in the US, it makes sense for us to offer our Shares via the OTCQB.”