Automotive Finco Provides Update on Review of TSXV Continuous Listing Requirements

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TORONTO, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Automotive Finco Corp. (TSX-V: AFCC) (“AFCC“or the”Society“) Announces today that the TSX Venture Exchange (the”To exchange“) granted AFCC an extension to file certain documents regarding its compliance with the Exchange’s Level 2 continuous listing requirements (the”CLR level 2“). As reported in the AFCC press release dated February 16, 2021, the Exchange indicated that the AFCC has CLR Level 2 deficiencies regarding asset, operating and business requirements for an issuer classified as a Level 2 investment issuer. As a result, the Exchange initially gave the AFCC until April 8, 2021 to submit documents proving that it meets the Level 2 CLR and addresses any related deficiencies . This deadline has now been extended until April 15, 2021. If the AFCC is not able to meet the level 2 CLR before this deadline, the Exchange may transfer the listing of the AFCC to the board of NEX administration without further notice.

About Automotive Finco Corp.

AFCC is a finance company focused exclusively on the automotive retail industry. Through its investment in Automotive Finance LP, AFCC has exposure to a company providing long-term, loan-based acquisition financing to auto dealerships around the world, with an initial focus on Canada. In addition to its stake in Automotive Finance LP, AFCC may also seek other direct investments and financing opportunities in the automotive retail sector.

For more information, please visit the Company’s website at or contact Shannon Penney, Chief Financial Officer, at [email protected] or (905) 619- 4996.

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