Fri, Sep 11, 2020 at 1:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Save Canadian Mining's founders provide an introduction of their movement alongside a select panel of major supporters. Speakers will discuss the presence of predatory short selling in the mining sector and its impact on the ability for mining juniors to succeed.
About this series:
Save Canadian Mining presents a webinar series that dives deep into the complex relationship between the mining sector and capital markets. This series will feature mining executives and regulators who will share their own challenges, triumphs, and insights on the topics each week. Moderated by Terry Lynch, founder of Save Canadian Mining.
About Save Canadian Mining: In 2012 IIROC and CSA removed a trading rule known as the “tick test”, which restricted short selling to neutral or sales to positive price changes at the time of the sale. These changes were applied not only to the main listing venue of TSX Venture Exchange, but are equally applied across all Canadian trading venues, of which there are 14 today, reducing TSX Venture’s ability to effect any change. Since removal of the tick test, the Canadian markets have evolved, and there now exists a dynamic where short selling activities, high frequency trading, and algorithms are exploiting the lack of a tick test to the detriment of Canada’s junior markets. We call on CSA and IIROC to evaluate re-instituting the tick test.
Save Canadian Mining is a movement to return market rules to the fair and transparent standard that helped deliver prosperity for over 142 years. Together, we can save Canadian mining.
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Terry LynchFounding Member of Save Canadian MiningTerry is the CEO Chilean Metals Inc. and a Co-Founder and Director of Cardiol Therapeutics.
Mr. Lynch has had almost 30 years experience in sales, marketing, business start-ups and turnarounds. He has taken three companies public and been involved with several private to public merger transactions. His objective is to use his experience and network and capital to help small to medium size companies grow to the next level.
Wayne TisdalePresident & CEO of Canadian PalladiumMr. Tisdale has 40 years of experience in investing, financing and consulting to private and public companies in the areas of mining, oil and gas, and agriculture. He runs his own bank and sits on the board of a number of private and public companies. Over his career, Mr. Tisdale has raised over $2bn of both equity and debt financing and has been instrumental in founding several highly successful companies, including Rainy River Resources (purchased by Newgold) and Ryland Oil Corporation (purchased by Crescent Point). Most recently, Mr. Tisdale was integral to the successful sale of US Cobalt to First Cobalt Corporation, creating a post-transaction cobalt company valued at almost $400 million
Alastair McIntyreCEO of Altiplano Metals Inc.Alastair McIntyre has over 30 years senior management experience in the metals and mining sector including roles with leading resource banks in Toronto, New York, Sydney and Hong Kong where he was responsible for structuring and executing hundreds of multi-million-dollar deals in multiple currencies, metals, and products for metal producers and consumers globally; in addition, holding roles in private equity and advisory focusing on the capital markets. Alastair began his career in Atlantic Canada as an exploration and underground mine geologist and currently holds MAusIMM CP (Man) and P. Geo (Limited) professional accreditations.
Alex BlackPresident, CEO and Director of Rio2 LimitedMr. Black lives in Lima, Peru and has 40 years’ experience in the mining industry. Mr. Black holds a BSc in Mining Engineering from the University of South Australia and is a member of the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.
Prior to moving to Peru in 2000, Mr. Black was the founder and Managing Director of international mining consulting services group Global Mining Services from 1994 to 2000. In 1996, Mr. Black also founded and was Chairman of OFEX listed AGR Limited with exploration projects in Ghana and Mongolia. In 2002, Mr. Black took control of Chariot Resources Limited as a listed TSXV shell and played a key role in the acquisition of the Mina Justa Copper Project and formation of the Korean joint venture with Chariot Resources. Upon his resignation as Chairman & Executive VP of Chariot Resources in 2006, Mr. Black founded the Peruvian registered Rio Alto S.A.C.
In 2009 after successfully negotiating the acquisition of the La Arena Gold Project from Iamgold Corp, Rio Alto was acquired by Mexican Silver Mines and renamed Rio Alto Mining Limited. In 2014, Rio Alto also completed the successful acquisition of Sulliden Gold and the Shahuindo Gold Project for C$300M. Mr. Black, as President & CEO of Rio Alto Mining Limited and his experienced management team built Rio Alto from a C$12M company in 2009 to a C$1.2Bn company in 2015 at the time of the acquisition by Tahoe Resources Inc.
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