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Fri, 29th May 2015
The chief executive of Bushveld Minerals (LON:BMN), Fortune Mojapelo, says the company’s bid...
Fri, 29th May 2015
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Fri, 29th May 2015
The chief executive of Bushveld Minerals (LON:BMN), Fortune Mojapelo, says the company’s bid for ASX-listed Lemur Resources is both fair and reasonable and urges investors to accept the firm’s cash offer. Bushveld‘s bid is six Aussie cents for each share, which values Lemur overall at AS$10.9mln (£5.6mln); an offer which the CEO believes will be accepted. The company is targeting the 37.4% of Lemur it doesn’t already own. Mojapelo also explains the why the firm has signed new £2.6mln loan agreement with Darwin Strategic and how the deal gives flexibility to the Lemur takeover.
Bushveld Minerals CEO: Lemur bid ‘fair and reasonable’
Fri, 29th May 2015
Founder and chief executive of Best of the Best (LON:BEST), William Hindmarch, explains how the supercar competition company has transformed since starting out in 2000. Known for its luxury sports car ‘raffles’ at UK airports and shopping centres, the CEO tells Proactive how the business is growing its online offering, BOTB.com, and addressing trust concerns. Hindmarch also explains how its competitions have become far more attractive to the wider consumer market, which has coincided with a much higher frequency of winners. “This year is about increasing our marketing spend and investing in mobile app technology,” he said.
Best of the Best CEO on growing appeal of supercar competitions
Thu, 28th May 2015
Cyril D’Silva, the executive chairman of Golden Saint Resources (LON:GSR), says the company is likely to reach breakeven ‘within a year’ if it keeps finding diamonds at the current rate. Today, the Sierra Leone-based company revealed it found a 9.65 carat clear white diamond at its Tongo site to add to its growing collection. The news comes almost one month after the company said it found a 9.475 carat diamond at the same site, which it valued at between US$75,000 and US$100,000. D’Silva discusses the potential of bringing in another wash plant, as well as the tight security around the project.
Golden Saint Resources chairman predicts breakeven will happen ‘within a year’
Thu, 28th May 2015
The chief operating officer of Clinigen (LON:CLIN), Shaun Chilton, says the firm’s latest distribution deal will see it service a “high level of unmet medical need” across the globe. The pharma group will manage the global access programme for a breakthrough treatment for non-small cell lung cancer, one of the most common forms of cancer worldwide with over one million new cases annually. “It’s a rapidly progressing cancer,” explains Chilton. “Any treatment which is going to improve the outcomes of patients in this area is welcome and we’re excited to provide rapid access to treatment.”
Clinigen COO discusses potential of new lung cancer drug
Thu, 28th May 2015
The chief executive of Premier African Minerals (LON:PREM), George Roach, remains confident the business will become a fully-fledged mining company by the end of next week. Speaking to Proactive, the CEO reassured investors that production at its RHA tungsten project in Zimbabwe will begin shortly and the firm’s exploration and development tag line will soon be a thing of the past. Roach also dismissed concerns that the firm had been over ambitious in wanting to get its plant installed and fully commissioned by 3 June.
Premier African Minerals CEO: We’ll be a mining company next week
Thu, 28th May 2015
Porta Communications (LON:PTCM) CEO David Wright anticipates a boost in client numbers thanks to the recent Conservative victory in the general election. “All parts of our business are now benefiting following the result,” explains Wright, who reckons there is now huge potential for growth for the PR and marketing group in the next twelve months. The chief executive has also been encouraged by the integration of three acquisitions made last year, including PPS Group and ICAS Holdings, which he expects will contribute £1mln worth of profit to the group in its upcoming financial year.
Porta Communications boss hoping for post-election boost
Wed, 27th May 2015
The chief executive of AFC Energy (LON:AFC), Adam Bond, claims investors could see further a uplift in the value of their holdings as the firm eyes more commercial deals. Shares in the industrial fuel cell developer have soared by 300% to 41p since the start of the year and Bond reckons there is still plenty of growth potential in 2015. “The market for fuel cell technology deployment is growing daily and I expect AFC Energy will remain at the forefront of this emerging growth industry for many years to come,” AFC’s CEO told Proactive Investors. The company, already active in Korea, Thailand, Dubai and Germany, today called on the UK government to instigate a full review over the country’s stalling hydrogen policy.
AFC Energy chief expects more deals to power share price higher
Wed, 27th May 2015
Mariana Resources’ (LON:MARL) chief executive Glen Parsons says the company’s Hot Maden project could reach feasibility stage by the latter half of 2016 after a second round of drilling at the Turkish site. “We’re seeing an opportunity to move project forward quickly,” said the CEO following yesterday’s encouraging drilling results at the gold and copper prospect. Four holes have now been drilled this time by Lidya, its Turkish partner, and Parsons believes the bumper grades at Hot Maden could let to a significant return on Mariana’s investment.
Mariana Resources chief hints at faster Hot Maden development
Tue, 26th May 2015
Challenger Acquisitions’ (LON:CHAL) Mark Gustafson tells Proactive Investors he plans to build up projects over the long term after making his first investment in the attractions space. Having received an injection of capital earlier this month, the investment vehicle has paid US$3mln for a 2.46% stake in the upcoming New York Wheel. Executive chairman Gustafson explains the decision to invest was based on the commercial success of the London Eye and reckons there is a significant pipeline of projects ahead. For now though, the business will focus on funding the reverse takeover of specialist engineer Starneth.
Challenger Acquisitions boss on maiden investment in New York Wheel
Tue, 26th May 2015
Minds + Machines boss Antony Van Couvering explains how the business has transformed into a fully-fledged operating entity under the leadership of outgoing executive chairman. Fred Krueger, whose departure was announced today alongside the group’s full-year figures, will “remain close to the business”, according to Van Couvering. Minds + Machines saw profit before tax surge in 2014 to US$22.06mln. Van Couvering expects the company to become profitable on a month-by-month basis by the end of 2016. The next launch is .law in late summer/early autumn, which the CEO has high hopes for.
Minds + Machines CEO discusses next steps after founder’s farewell
Fri, 22nd May 2015
Kiran Morzaria, chief executive of Rare Earth Minerals (LON:REM), says assay results from the company’s drilling programme at the Sonora lithium project in Mexico confirms its belief there is a high-grade deposit. Rare Earth has found more good indications of lithium in an exploratory hole drilled to the west of the La Ventana deposit at Sonora in Mexico. The hole successfully intersected two clay beds at shallow depth and returned strong assay results of up to 2.3% lithium carbonate equivalent. Morzaria discusses what’s next for the company and how the lithium Gigafactory being built in Nevada by electric car pioneer Tesla will affect the market.
Rare Earth Minerals CEO says drilling confirms high-grade deposit
Fri, 22nd May 2015
Robin Young, chief executive of Amur Minerals (LON:AMC), discusses the award of the production licence for its Kun-Manie nickel project, which the company has been waiting on for around 10 years. Amur’s CEO says the company still has plenty of upside potential to expand the resource and reserves at Kun-Manie. He talks about the next steps for the company which now needs to find a partner to develop the huge nickel resource, with interest already being shown from the UK and from Russia. Young says: ‘Now the hard work begins in moving this project forward through to production decision and ultimately making a metal.’
EXCLUSIVE: Amur Minerals CEO on production licence award and finding a suitable partner