Bear Creek Mining's Corani and Santa Ana Projects contain approximately 450 million ounces of silver, of which over 290 million ounces are in reserves, providing near-term production potential and excellent leverage to silver prices. The recently released 2015 Final Feasibility Study for the flagship Corani Project estimates average annual production of over 8 million ounces of silver (plus lead and zinc credits) over an 18-year mine life, with low All-In Sustaining Costs and fast payback of capital costs. The 2011 Feasibility Study for Santa Ana defines a low-cost "pure silver" mine, producing 5.0 million ounces annually in the first six years of an estimated 11-year mine life. Efforts are underway to recover the Company's rights and advance Santa Ana towards production. Bear Creek Mining has approximately 4 years of projected working capital cash on hand. The Company will use this treasury judiciously to de-risk and advance its mineral properties and unlock shareholder value.