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Franco-Nevada Announces Election of Directors

May 8, 2014

TORONTO, May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ – Franco-Nevada Corporation (TSX: FNV; NYSE:
FNV) announced that the nominees listed in the management proxy
circular for the 2014 Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders were
elected as directors of the Corporation. Detailed results of the vote
for the election of directors held at the Annual Meeting yesterday in
Toronto are set out below.


    Nominee             Votes For       % For             Votes              %
                                                       Withheld       Withheld

    Pierre            110,257,827       98.06%        2,183,604          1.94%
    Lassonde

    David             110,852,872       98.59%        1,588,560          1.41%
    Harquail

    Tom               109,436,003       97.33%        3,005,428          2.67%
    Albanese

    Derek Evans       111,458,934       99.13%          982,498          0.87%

    Graham            110,823,963       98.56%        1,617,468          1.44%
    Farquharson

    Louis             111,037,932       98.75%        1,403,500          1.25%
    Gignac

    Randall            96,377,051       85.71%       16,064,380         14.29%
    Oliphant

    The Hon.          106,462,106       94.68%        5,979,325          5.32%
    David
    Peterson

Corporate Summary

Franco-Nevada is a gold-focused royalty and stream company. The Company
has a diversified portfolio of cash-flow producing assets and interests
in some of the largest development projects in the world. Its business
model provides investors with exploration optionality while limiting
exposure to operating and capital cost risks. Franco-Nevada has
substantial cash with no debt and is generating cash flow from its
portfolio that is being used to expand its portfolio and pay
dividends. Franco-Nevada’s common shares trade under the symbol FNV on
both the Toronto and New York stock exchanges.

SOURCE Franco-Nevada Corporation


Source: PR Newswire



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