One week today we will be hosting another Investor’s Evening. It is taking place from 5:45pm (for a 6pm start) at the NEX Exchange building at Broadgate Circle, next door to Liverpool St Station.
Companies presenting on the night
CEO Andrew Bell of Regency Mines Plc has been very busy of late updating the market on his acquisition and subsequent sale of a medium sized portion of UKOG shares which has seen RGM inherit over £1M for the coffers. The latest RNS from RGM says that this money will be used to pay down part of the YA debt and will also be used for a ‘rationalization of coal assets in the US’. The coal assets are by far the biggest talking point for RGM and we look forward to hearing more on the night.
CEO Roy Pitchford will be speaking on behalf of VAST Resources Plc. With two mines already producing, the Manaila Polymetallic Mine in Romania and the Pickstone-Peerless Gold Mine in Zimbabwe, Vast is currently in the process of agreeing the contractual terms of the association on the licence granting the right to mine at its third mine, the Baita Plai mine in Romania. This is an exciting time for the company as they have potential offers of circa $20M to further progress their Romanian assets.
Joao Andrade is CEO of WideCells Group Plc (LON:WDC), the first stem cell research company to list on London’s main market. WDC aim to become the world’s market-leading family protection brand; protecting as many families as possible from the serious life consequences of blood cancers, as well as the financial consequences of uninsured stem cell treatment.
WideCells have recently launched CellPlan in the UK – the world’s first global stem cell healthcare plan. Book your place now to hear Joao speak about his plans for the future of WideCells Group and their subsidiaries.
Patrick Cullen is CEO of Connemara Mining Company Plc (AIM:CON). Connemara’s strategic objective is to create shareholder value by exploring in Ireland, one of the most prospective countries in the world for zinc and using our experience to identify prospective ground and then joint venture with major mining companies. Ireland continues to produce over 25% of Western Europe’s zinc and lead with all the major players involved here including Teck, Lundin, Glencore and Vedanta active in the country. There is a current revival of interest in gold with exploration ongoing in a number of areas.
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