Ceylon Graphite Announces Debt Conversion

25th June 2021

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ceylon Graphite Corp. (“Ceylon Graphite”) (TSX-V: CYL) (OTC: CYLYF) (FSE: CCY) is pleased to announce that it has negotiated a debt conversion agreement (the “Debt Agreements”) with Bharat Parashar, the former Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Ceylon. As disclosed in the Corporation’s press release dated June 2, 2021. Mr. Parashar retired as Ceylon’s Chief Executive Officer and as Chairman. Pursuant to the terms of the Debt Agreements the Corporation has agreed to issue an aggregate of 1,500,000 common shares (“Debt Shares”) to Mr. Parashar in exchange for the cancellation of $300,000 (the “Debt”) in debt owing to the Mr, Bharat. The Debt Shares are being issued at a deemed price of $0.20 per share.

The Debt is comprised of $100,000 in unpaid, accrued management fees over a period of four (4) years pertaining to managing the affairs of Ceylon’s various subsidiaries and $200,000 as a retirement payment to Mr. Parashar.

Celyon CEO Don Baxter Stated, “On behalf of the Board and Staff of Ceylon and our subsiduary Companies in Sri Lanka, we wish Bharat the best in retirement and thank him for his years of service in building the Company.”

The issuance of the Debt Shares are subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. All securities issued pursuant to the debt conversion are subject to a statutory four (4) month hold period.

About Ceylon Graphite Corp.

Ceylon Graphite is a public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, that is in the business of mining for graphite, and developing and commercializing innovative graphene and graphite applications and products. Graphite mined in Sri Lanka is known to be some of the purest in the world and has been confirmed to be suitable to be easily upgradable for a range of applications including the high-growth electric vehicle and battery storage markets as well as construction, healthcare and paints and coatings sectors. The Government of Sri Lanka has granted the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary Sarton Development (Pvt) Ltd. an IML Category A license for its K1 mine and exploration rights in a land package of over 120km². These exploration grids (each one square kilometer in area) cover areas of historic graphite production from the early twentieth century and represent a majority of the known graphite occurrences in Sri Lanka.

Further information regarding the Company is available at www.ceylongraphite.com.

Don Baxter, Chief Executive Officer


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This news release contains forward-looking information as such term is defined in applicable securities laws, which relate to future events or future performance and reflect management’s current expectations and assumptions. The forward-looking information includes statements about Ceylon Graphite’s grids, Ceylon Graphite’s plans to undertake additional drilling and to develop a mine plan, and to commence establishing mining operations. Such forward-looking statements reflect management’s current beliefs and are based on assumptions made by and information currently available to Ceylon Graphite, including the assumption that, there will be no material adverse change in metal prices, all necessary consents, licenses, permits and approvals will be obtained, including various Local Government Licenses and the market. Investors are cautioned that these forward-looking statements are neither promises nor guarantees and are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause future results to differ materially from those expected. Risk factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the results expressed or implied by the forward-looking information include, among other things, an inability to reach a final acquisition agreement, inaccurate results from the drilling exercises, a failure to obtain or delays in obtaining the required regulatory licenses, permits, approvals and consents, an inability to access financing as needed, a general economic downturn, a volatile stock price, labour strikes, political unrest, changes in the mining regulatory regime governing Ceylon Graphite, a failure to comply with environmental regulations and a weakening of market and industry reliance on high quality graphite. Ceylon Graphite cautions the reader that the above list of risk factors is not exhaustive.