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|Options for the boys @ 3p........
Issue of Management Options
Metal Tiger (LON: MTR), the natural resources investing company is pleased to announce the issue of management performance share options ("New Options") to existing and recently appointed directors.
|oops just noticed he's already a director of greatland...no wonder he resigned here|
|i wonder if paul johnson will join greatland board?
Today 14:21 liamnicholas PJ on Twitter 0.20 Strong Buy
paul johnson @pauljohnson9691 3m3 minutes ago
I suspect the market has simply missed the magnitude of the RNS at #GGP and the attractiveness of their land post release.
paul johnson @pauljohnson9691 12m12 minutes ago
Slightly surprises me that despite the potential of a new gold province being announced last week the market is slow on the take up! #GGP|
|Could see a 3p breakout if it hits 2p.|
|Wonder how they paid him off and at what cost ??|
|"...Paul has left to pursue other interests"
Be on your guard in the broader market imo. He'll be back to try it on again -sure as eggs is eggs.
So that Head of Asset trading position listed all but a matter of weeks! He'll have a few MTR shares to dump -not that many though.
Firm monument to the Paul Johnson public markets execution model imo. My work here, is done.
GL to all holders entering this new dawn at Metal Tiger. Goodbye.|
|ready for a BREAKOUT|
|Indeed, creeping up :)
and it could be telling with a PI going over 3% recently|
|nice end to the week..where is everyone?|
|Well, don't invest in it, and don't keep posting in here
|The steam has run out of this piece of dung|
|The Telegraph got the story yesterday:
Metal Tiger to list Thai mining joint venture on Aim
The Bridge over the River Kwai
Metal Tiger's operation is based in Kanchanaburi Province, close to the site of the famous bridge on the River Kwai
11 JANUARY 2017 • 2:57PM
Junior mining group Metal Tiger plans to bring a taste of Thailand to London’s Aim market, with the initial public offering of shares in a silver, lead and zinc venture.
Aim-listed Metal Tiger claims the float is “the first IPO of a Thai operation on the London stock exchange”, and could help spark investor interest in the southeast Asian country.
“Thailand is a very interesting jurisdiction and hopefully this will open up the market to other attractive Thai companies,” said Michael McNeilly, chief executive.
Metal Tiger has a 78pc interest in the Song-Toh and Boh-Yai mines, which operated for 32 years but were mothballed in 2002 due to low metal prices. The remainder is owned by Thai company Pornnaret Klipbua, which holds the mining licence.
Metal Tiger believes the value of the venture is not currently recognised in its market cap, which stands at around £12.6m.
Spinning the venture off would “benefit shareholders and unlock unrealised value”, according to Mr McNeilly.
The move will also allow Metal Tiger to focus on building a copper and silver mine in Botswana, which it is progressing towards construction.
The Thai operation is based in Kanchanaburi Province, close to the site of the famous bridge on the River Kwai, which was built by British prisoners of war in World War II and immortalised in a 1957 film.
Metal Tiger estimates it would need just $15m to $20m (£12m to £16.5m) of capital to refurbish and reopen the operation, with a view to production resuming in 2018.
Mr McNeilly said the IPO was a “robust proposition” that would allow investors to benefit from rising zinc and silver prices. “The only risk is permitting,” he said, adding that he was confident all the necessary permits would be in place in the next 12 to 18 months.
The listing is expected to go ahead in the second quarter of the year, and Metal Tiger may consider underwriting some of the IPO fundraising. The float will aim to raise £3m to £4m, which will be used to finance 12 months’ working capital.|
|Depends on the valuation of the company in the ipo...
It's a mine that will likely be in production in less than 2 yrs, subject to permitting and refurb, and has circa 13 yr mine life left in it. Somewhere, I've seen the expected tonnage per year to be mined, but can't find it now, but it was a sizeable figure. Defo think it'll be the most visible way to demonstrate the value of it to Mtr shareholders though...
|That would be consistent with most of their recent activities, someuwin:)|
|Nothing good will come of this. imo.|
|I think the IPO is all down to cash and priorities. Bots seems the nearest likely solid earner and they don't want to lose out on it, we don't know details yet but the IPO should provide some cash and still a shareholding in Thailand to benefit if all goes well. They were talking about raising cash for Thailand from Asia at one point, I don't know whether that might still happen in conjunction with the proposed IPO.
MOD was up last night after indifference to the drilling update the previous day.|
|Shares running out. Trying to buy|
|If it is a near term producing company, then why sell it. All the profits would go to MTR.?An IPO means MTR don't want to take the risk of failure, so they are letting someone else take it.|
UK Regulatory (RNS & others)
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Metal Tiger Plc
("Metal Tiger" or the "Company")
Commencement of IPO Process and Appointment of Executive Director
Metal Tiger (LON: MTR), the natural resources investing company, is pleased to announce that the Song-Toh and Boh-Yai Thai Silver-Lead-Zinc Mines Joint Venture (the "Thai Joint Venture") has formally commenced an IPO process with regard to seeking admission to trading on AIM in Q2 2017. The Company is also pleased to announce the appointment of Geoff McIntyre as a Company Executive Director with immediate effect. The incumbent Board prior to Geoff's appointment believes that his knowledge of Thailand as well as the Boh-Yai and Song-Toh project will be essential to the Company as it seeks to assist the Thai Joint Venture with its IPO process.
Michael McNeilly, Chief Executive officer of Metal Tiger commented:
"The IPO of the Thai Joint Venture is expected to realise significant value for all interested parties and shareholders and create a highly attractive company on AIM for investors to gain exposure to a near-term production silver-lead-zinc project. Having listened to the concerns of Metal Tiger shareholders and assessed Metal Tiger's business strategy with the Board, I am pleased that the Thai Joint Venture has agreed that seeking an IPO on AIM is in the best interests of all parties. I look forward to working with the Thai Joint Venture to make this IPO a success and to realising the true and currently unrecognised and not reflected value of Metal Tiger's interest in the Thai Joint Venture for Metal Tiger shareholders. I am grateful for shareholders' support of the Company and hope that they will continue to support Metal Tiger's ambitions as it evolves as a business.
I am very pleased to welcome Geoff McIntyre, a highly experienced mining executive, to the Board of Metal Tiger and look forward to working with him to deliver value to shareholders of Metal Tiger."|
|RNS things moving forward now. Looking good|
|MOD steaming ahead..
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|Copper past 3% increase today
Botswana on every 10c adds $25m !
Prove it up and sell
|MOD news out on T3|
|I was lucky enough to enjoy that also Supercity. Does lightening strike twice - I hope so.|