Investor FAQs

Who is Ivanhoe Mines’ independent auditor?

PricewaterhouseCoopers Inc., Chartered Accountants.

When is Ivanhoe Mines’ fiscal year end?

December 31.

How can I be notified of Ivanhoe Mines filings and other important announcements or events?

You can register to receive email alerts concerning all Ivanhoe Mines announcements, recent filings and events by submitting your details to the “Subscribe to E-mail List” form under the Contact Us tab on the website:

Where can I find Ivanhoe Mines regulatory filings?

Ivanhoe Mines filings are available from the Canadian System for Electronic Document Analysis and Retrieval (SEDAR) at

Does Ivanhoe Mines pay a dividend?

Ivanhoe has never declared or paid a dividend. The company’s dividend policy will be reviewed from time to time in the context of its earnings, financial condition and other relevant factors.

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I bought shares recently through a broker but have never received a share certificate or confirmation of share ownership. Can you help?

Please consult the broker you used at the point of purchase. Electronic trades typically are completed within three days of the trade taking place. We recommend working with established, registered brokers. Most market regulation services offer lists of accredited brokers.

I am a registered holder (i.e. I hold Ivanhoe Mines shares in certificate format in my own name) but would like to become a beneficial holder (i.e. hold Ivanhoe Mines shares in electronic format via a broker). How do I do this?

This process is completed by your broker. Please contact your broker for further information.

I thought Ivanhoe Mines owned the Oyu Tolgoi copper project in Mongolia. What happened to that company?

The original Ivanhoe Mines that discovered and developed the Oyu Tolgoi Mine in Mongolia changed its named to Turquoise Hill Resources in August 2012. Rio Tinto Group acquired full ownership of Turquoise Hill in December 2022.

How can I tell whether I hold shares in Ivanhoe Mines or in a company with a similar name?

To confirm that you hold shares in Ivanhoe Mines, check the CUSIP number on the top right section of your share certificate. Our CUSIP number is 46579R104, unless restricted by Rule 144A in the United States, in which case those restricted shares will be identified by CUSIP number 46579R203.

What are Ivanhoe Mines ISIN numbers?

Our ISIN number in Canada is CA46579R1047 and our ISIN number in the United States is US46579R2031

What are Ivanhoe Mines CUSIP numbers?

Our CUSIP number is 46579R104, unless restricted by Rule 144A in the United States, in which case those restricted shares will be identified by CUSIP number 46579R203.

Does Ivanhoe Mines offer direct registration? That is, can I have my shares that are held electronically via my broker registered on the books and records of the transfer agent in my name (book-entry form)?

Yes, you may directly register your shares using the services of Odyssey Trust Company.

Does Ivanhoe Mines have any warrants?

No. Ivanhoe Mines had 115,000,767 tradable warrants outstanding at the strike price of C$1.80; however, the warrants expired on December 10, 2015. Prior to their expiry, the warrants traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol IVN.wts.

Can I purchase shares directly from Ivanhoe Mines?

Unfortunately not. You may purchase Ivanhoe Mines common shares through a registered brokerage or share-purchase service provider of your choice on the Toronto Stock Exchange in Canada or the OTCQX in the United States

Are equity options for Ivanhoe Mines listed on any markets?

Yes, equity options are traded on the Montréal Exchange.

Is Ivanhoe Mines part of any indexes?

S&P/TSX Composite Index – SPTSX
S&P/TSX Global Mining Index – TXGM
S&P/TSX SmallCap Index – TX20
S&P/TSX Global Base Metals Index – TXBM
FTSE All Cap index
MSCI Canada Index (as of May 28, 2021)

When was Ivanhoe Mines incorporated? When did Ivanhoe Mines go public?

The company was incorporated on April 29, 1993. On May 6, 2011 the shareholders of the company approved a reorganization which was completed in September 2012 and the company changed its name from Ivanhoe Nickel & Platinum Ltd. to Ivanplats Limited. On October 23, 2012 Ivanplats successfully closed a C$300 million (US$307 million) initial public offering and its shares began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol IVP.

On August 28, 2013, Ivanplats changed its name to Ivanhoe Mines to reflect that the company had grown to become more than a singularly focused platinum-group metals company. With the name change, Ivanhoe Mines shares began trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol IVN. On October 26, 2016, Ivanhoe Mines shares also began trading on the OTCQX Best Market in the United States under the symbol IVPAF.

How many shares does Ivanhoe Mines have issued and outstanding?

As of March 7, 2022: approximately 1.211 billion Class A common shares.

On what stock exchanges is Ivanhoe Mines listed? What are the ticker symbols?

Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX): IVN
OTCQX Best Market: IVPAF
Frankfurt Stock Exchange: IYAA

Who is Ivanhoe Mines’ Registrar and Transfer Agent?

Odyssey Trust Company
350 – 409 Granville St
Vancouver, BC V6C 1T2 Phone: 778-819-1184

Shareholder inquiries should be directed to where shareholders can search frequently asked questions or submit a request by clicking on “I am a shareholder” and then selecting the inquiry type on the right-hand side. Shareholders can reach Odyssey’s shareholder communications team by email at or toll free at 1-888-290-1175.