Australian-based Atlantic Lithium, which is developing Ghana’s first lithium mine, has taken a step toward raising capital from equity investors in the country.

The company has listed all its shares in issue on the Australian Securities Exchange and London Stock Exchange’s AIM board, on the Ghana Stock Exchange, said Abena Amoah, the Accra-based bourse’s MD.

The shares opened at 4.40 cedis ($0.31) apiece at Monday’s launch in Accra.