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Stock Name Stock Symbol Market Stock Type
Mila Resources Plc MILA London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Stock Price Last Trade
0.00 0.0% 2.60 01:00:00
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Industry Sector
MINING

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27/2/2020
15:50
hedgehog 100: Thanks to Gloster on LSE for a link to the E-Tech metals website. "E-Tech Metals Ltd are focused on advancing it’s 75% owned Eureka Nd-Pr-REE Project, located in central west Namibia" HTTP://etechmetals.com/projects/ E-Tech remind me of KZG (Kazera): "Kazera Global currently holds a 75% stake in Aftan, which in turn holds two wholly owned subsidiaries, Namibia Tantalite Investments (NTI) (holds operating assets and plant) and Tameka Shelf Company (holds title and licences to Tantalite Valley)." HTTP://kazeraglobal.com/ KZG (formerly KENV - Kennedy Ventures) has been a roller coaster ride since it acquired its Namibian mining project in 2014. But for MILA to acquire a project when prices are depressed should mean that it can cut a better deal. 04/08/2014 06:52 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Kennedy Ventures PLC Conditional Investment in Tantalite Project "Kennedy Ventures plc ("Kennedy Ventures" or "the Company") is pleased to announce the signing of a conditional agreement for the acquisition of 75% of African Tantalum (Pty) Limited ("Aftan") for a total consideration of R12m (GBP0.66m), R4m (GBP0.22m) of which will be satisfied through the issuance of 4,523,113 Ordinary Shares in Kennedy Ventures at a price of 4.9p per share, (average closing price over 15 days up to and including 31 August 2014) and the remainder through a loan of R8m (GBP0.44m), (the "Transaction"). The 75% stake of Aftan, a Namibian incorporated investment vehicle, is being acquired from a group of private investors. ..." https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/kazera-global-KZG/share-news/Kennedy-Ventures-PLC-Conditional-Investment-in-Tan/63130850 "Rare Earths Outlook 2020: Trade War to Dominate Supply and Demand Georgia Williams - December 26th, 2019 ... “Despite the continuous talk by some in the media about China potentially weaponizing its rare earths during trade negotiations with the US, prices of most rare earths have trended lower or stayed fairly flat for most of the year, with few exceptions,” said Luisa Moreno, managing director of Tahuti Global. ..." HTTP://investingnews.com/daily/resource-investing/critical-metals-investing/rare-earth-investing/rare-earth-outlook/
27/2/2020
07:14
farnham: E-Tech Metals is a private company developing projects in the critical and strategic metals space.Lithium & cobalt are currently hot tickets in the resources sector with investors predicting a steady growth in electric vehicle batteries and energy storage. Those who "join the dots" must also consider the engine. Cue the rare earth elements (REE), notably the elements neodymium (Nd) & praseodymium (Pr), essential materials for high-strength magnets used in electric car and motorbike engines, as well as wind turbine generators
24/11/2019
15:05
hedgehog 100: Lazygun, Of the three initial directors, two had a resources sector background: George Donne and Anthony Eastman. These were the two who left in March of this year. Mark Stephenson doesn't have a resources sector background, and it was he who stayed on. From MILA's 28.9.16 prospectus: "The Board George Donne George began his career in JP Morgan’s Metals and Mining corporate finance team in London and Johannesburg. He has worked on several of the most significant mining transactions, including advising Billiton Plc on their USD 38 billion merger with BHP Ltd, to create the world’s largest diversified mining company, and the restructuring of Xstrata plc and its listing on the London Stock Exchange. Having left investment banking, he becoming Executive Director of Victoria Oil & Gas Plc, an AIM-quoted E&P company with assets in West Africa and the Former Soviet Union (FSU). Whilst at Victoria, he managed the acquisitions of a number of exploration projects, which were successfully brought into production, and the raising of over USD 150 million in equity and convertible debt. Since leaving Victoria in 2010, George has founded a number of new businesses and is currently a partner of AMV Partners LLP, a specialist mining and energy business development consultancy and a director of Heimdall Energy Solutions Limited, a South America-focused renewable energy developer. Anthony Eastman Anthony is a Chartered Accountant (Australian qualified) with a number of years’ experience in financial management and corporate advisory services, primarily in the natural resources sector, along with extensive experience in the public company environment, having been a director and company secretary of a number of ASX and AIM junior mining and oil & gas focused companies. He has previously worked with Ernst & Young and CalEnergy Gas Ltd, a subsidiary of the Berkshire Hathaway Group of Companies in both Australia and the United Kingdom Mark Stephenson Mark has over 30 years’ experience of working for stockbrokers in the City of London including the Panmure Gordon, West LB, Blue Oar Securities and NCL Investments – a Smith & Williamson group company. With the development of the AIM market, Mark has utilised his experience in equity, debt and convertibles to develop innovative financing solutions, for small and mid-size companies. In the last three years he has built a liquidity platform in conjunction with several hedge funds, private client brokers and a syndicate of high net worth investors, which has successfully funded smaller companies during this difficult period." HTTP://static1.squarespace.com/static/57a212373e00bec21a900640/t/57ecf2252e69cf2c061d3081/1475146280985/Mila+Prospectus+Final.pdf Lee Daniels was appointed as a director in March of this year, and has a mixed background, not strongly resources, and no mention of mining: "Mr. Daniels is an experienced qualified accountant (Australian Certified Practicing Accountant). He has worked in London over the last two decades and has held senior finance roles with HSBC (Global Markets), Credit Suisse, ABN AMRO (Wholesale Markets) and LTSB(Group) (Distressed Debt Division). He has an established track record in Finance and Accounting, Change Management, Project Evaluation & Financial Modelling. Most recently, in the last few years, he has been working in the Oil and Gas industry for a public E&P company." HTTP://static1.squarespace.com/static/57a212373e00bec21a900640/t/5ccabc3fb208fc8f91607f27/1556790335834/Appointment+of+LD_26.03.19+FINAL.pdf Then you have the company's own statements about what they are looking at, combined with the current mining sector bear market.
05/11/2019
17:49
hedgehog 100: A domestic RTO opportunity that is "extremely exciting" raises the possibility that it could be an AI and/or quantum computing company play of some sort. And the timing would be perfect, with such strong investor enthusiasm for AI stocks, and Google's recent quantum computing breakthrough: "Google claims 'quantum supremacy' for computer By Paul Rincon Science editor, BBC News website 23 October 2019 Google says an advanced computer has achieved "quantum supremacy" for the first time, surpassing the performance of conventional devices. The technology giant's Sycamore quantum processor was able to perform a specific task in 200 seconds that would take the world's best supercomputers 10,000 years to complete. Scientists have been working on quantum computers for decades because they promise much faster speeds. The result appears in Nature journal. ..." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-50154993 And interestingly, a leading British QC company, Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd., is working with Google: "Cambridge Quantum Computing integrates Google’s CIRQ framework into proprietary software stack Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) and Google are pleased to announce collaboration in quantum computing. As part of the collaboration, CQC will utilize the open source CIRQ framework developed by Google and the state-of-the- art 72-qubit “Bristlecone” quantum processor to develop software designed specifically for quantum computers. The potential of such technology is difficult to overstate, promising to revolutionize fields ranging from chemistry to finance, from encryption to AI. The first stage of the collaboration will focus upon CQC’s proprietary quantum compiler, “t|ket>”, providing efficient optimizing and scheduling for instructions sets that are delivered to the quantum hardware. Just as for conventional “classical” computers, compilers convert programming instructions into operations for the processor. Although Google is developing their own compiler, overriding this with procedures from t|ket> will allow both groups to benchmark and test the system under a variety of conditions, likely providing clues on how to enhance performance in both hardware and software. CQC CEO Ilyas Khan stated, “We are thrilled that Cambridge Quantum Computing is working with Google and look forward to building on this partnership”. In parallel with the implementation of t|ket>, CQC is working with Google on a collaboration to help develop tools for quantum chemistry, one of the primary applications of quantum computing. While the chemical properties of a large molecule are very difficult for a classical computer to determine, quantum computers are ideally suited for such calculations. With the help of Google, CQC will continue its development and expertise in this area. Eventually such chemical analysis may produce personalized medicine, in which a drug could be designed for an individual based on their genetic profile, maximizing effectiveness while minimizing side effects. CQC is headquartered in Cambridge, England but maintains an international presence in the United States, and Hong Kong. About Cambridge Quantum Computing Established in 2014, Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is a world leading independent quantum computing company combining expertise in Quantum Information Processing, Quantum Technologies, Artificial Intelligence, Quantum Chemistry, Optimisation and Pattern Recognition. CQC design solutions that will benefit from quantum computing even in its earliest forms. July 18, 2018" HTTP://cambridgequantum.com/2018/07/18/cambridge-quantum-computing-and-google-launch-quantum-computing-partnership/ CQCL has been expanding strongly, and looks ripe for a stockmarket listing. In view of its progress, and the valuations being awarded in this sector, it could now be worth £100M.+.
05/6/2018
01:38
notarealdr: "Word is" the directors have managed to "preserve" 80% of the invested capital, meaning to date they have only used 20% of funds on silly wages, lunches, dinners, etc. What a jolly old time they are having at investors expense. LSE rampers will be doing their dough.
18/3/2018
01:22
notarealdr: Quote: George Donne on Proactive Investors - "Our goal is quite simple - we want to build Mila into an established and profitable natural resources focused company. Specifically we are looking to target investments where we believe that a certain amount of value has been demonstrated but they haven't yet achieved certain technical milestones which might allow them to access slightly deeper pools of capital and unlock some of the innate value. We've put Mila together very much based on a measured balance between the small cap investment experience, but also some very very significant mining sector expertise with our advisory committee." "We're very interested in looking at commodities which are perhaps lesser-known or lesser-loved at the moment ... there are some hidden gems out there which we think could be very interesting and very valuable for our investors." These guys crack me up. How about you, the long suffering shareholders of MILA, are you satisfied with the acquisitions to date? I expect you are relieved the share price is not one tenth of what it is today because there is absolutely no reason for it to be anywhere near the level it is. The board though are doing a fantastic job of keeping long suffering share holders hanging on to hope when nothing has been achieved. You should all write and congratulate them.
13/12/2017
21:51
mhin2: here is a laugh, and how executives are self serving baxters "George Donne, Mila Resources' Executive Director, said, "We have established Mila Resources at what we believe to be an optimal time in the current economic cycle. While recent trends in the natural resources sector have posed certain challenges for some operators, it has also created an unrivalled opportunity for well-placed companies with the requisite expertise and access to capital. With a defined strategy and an expert advisory committee possessing a fantastic track record, I am delighted with the support we have received from our investors and I am confident that the Company is well-positioned to create significant value in both the short and long-term. The Company's listing on the London Stock Exchange marks the first significant step in its genesis and we look forward to providing the market with updates on our progress in due course." With Eastman on board...think not. Of course Eastman et al are still making a fortune...what is the share price of their holdings...ah... "Mila Resources, a natural resources sector focused company, is pleased to announce it has today published a prospectus (the “Prospectus221;) in connection with the proposed admission of the entire issued Ordinary share capital of the Company, consisting of 23,200,000 Ordinary Shares at a placing price of £0.05"...made their money...under sharia law they would have their tongues and hands removed...possibly more effective than the FCA....
22/2/2017
05:14
mhin2: some e-mail that might be of interest On 16/02/2017 08:46, George Donne wrote: > > Dear Mr.... > > > > Many thanks for taking the time to write to us. > > > > As you will have seen, details of previous directorships for all of the Mila Board are listed in our listing prospectus (available on our website). In the event of any of our directors being proven unfit or ineligible for office, please rest assured that immediate action will be taken in accordance with appropriate regulatory guidelines. > > > > If you have any other questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. > > > > Best regards > > George I have looked at the listing prospectus and I dont see any of the detail on Range resources, Okap ventures etc that point to Mr Eastmans association with the disreputable management, and practices. associated with these concerns when under the stewardship of Mr Eastman and Mr Landau. Such omissions do not engender trust and faith. However, best wishes with your venture, but I shall post on bulletin boards to ensure the unaware private investor is aware of Mr Eastmans associations and track record. regards
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