Thu, Aug 20, 2020 at 10:00 AM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Learn why Steppe Gold’s value building model is so successful in this earnings and exploration update with the Company's management team.
Investors will hear about Steppe Gold’s:
- First-quarter as a producer, generating positive cash flow,
- A robust drilling and exploration program, and
- An accelerated feasibility study to expand existing resources
About Steppe Gold (TSX: STGO): Steppe Gold is Mongolia’s premier precious metals company and is projected to produce 60,000 ounces of gold from its ATO Gold Mine in 2020. The Company is also completing a feasibility study into the expansion of the ATO Gold Mine to approximately 150,000 ounces of gold per annum from the development of underlying fresh rock ores.
Over 90,000m drilling and 28,421m trenching has been completed for the ATO Gold Mine and Mungu Project, respectively. The latest drilling results and new resource estimates for these deposits are underway.
This Summit is hosted and moderated by 6ix.
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Aneel WaraichExecutive VP & DirectorMr. Waraich, a Canadian citizen, is a financial services professional with over 15 years of progressive experience in capital markets. Mr. Waraich is Founder and Managing Partner of ATMA Capital Markets.
Mr. Waraich focuses primarily on advising public and private companies in the Natural Resources sector and has worked on over $1B in deals. In previous roles at Goodman and Company Investment Counsel and Dundee Capital Markets he worked as an analyst valuing private companies. Most recently Aneel worked as an investment banker focusing on deal origination, going-public transactions and financings for both public and private companies in the resource and technology sectors. Mr. Waraich is also on the board of Antler Hill Mining Limited and Spirit Banner Capital Corp.
Mr. Waraich received an MBA from Goodman Institute of Investment Management, at the John Molson School of Business.
Jeremy SouthSVP and CFOJeremy was a director of Steppe Gold from March 2017 until his appointment as CFO in July 2018. He has over 35 years of experience in M&A, capital markets and private equity in Europe, North America and Australia, including senior positions in investment banking at Deutsche Bank, NatWest Markets and Deloitte.
Jeremy was Global Leader, Mining M&A Advisory at Deloitte for over 10 years. Based in Beijing, he advised leading Asian trading houses and financial investors on mining M&A, financing and strategy, and he counted some of Asia’s largest companies as clients. He worked extensively in Mongolia over the past 10 years.
Jeremy is a Chartered Accountant and holds a Bachelor of Economics degree from Monash University (Australia). Jeremy acted as Chairman of Aldridge Minerals Inc. up until the sale to Trafigura Ventures. He holds the ICD.D designation as a graduate of the Institute of Corporate Directors.