TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Apr 30, 2013) - Terra Firma Capital Corporation (TSX VENTURE:TII) ("Terra Firma" or the "Corporation") announced today that subject to regulatory approval and pursuant to the terms of its share option plan, it has granted options on March 17, 2013, to its directors to purchase an aggregate of 245,334 common shares of the Corporation . The options permit the grantees to acquire common shares of the Corporation at a price of $0.30 per share. The options vest in four equal installments, with the first 25% vesting immediately upon grant, and 25% vesting every 90 days thereafter. In each case the options expire five years from the date of grant.
About Terra Firma
Terra Firma is a full service, publicly traded real estate finance company that provides customized equity and debt solutions to the real estate industry. Our focus is to provide flexibility to property owners who may be limited by conventional bank financing and to invest in quality commercial and residential developments. Terra Firma offers a full spectrum of real estate financing under the guidance of strict corporate governance, clarity and transparency. For further information please visit Terra Firma's website at www.tfcc.ca.
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