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Share Price: 0.115Bid: 0.11Ask: 0.12Change: 0.005 (+4.55%)Riser - Leed Resources
Spread: 0.01Spread as %: 9.09%Open: 0.12High: 0.12Low: 0.11Yesterday’s Close: 0.11


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thompson
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castaway
8 Jul '14
Access to £5m - £10m? That sort of money?
 
Castaway
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thompson
8 Jul '14
IMHO they will be after a similar sized project to the Carmen Copper Mine and Charles Zorab said they had capital available for the right project - He mentioned that there was more capital available than LDP currently had - how much more is conjecture. He did say he was in it to make money for himself and the shareholders. And as I see it as they are cutting costs, the way he will make money is by building the business by finding a good investment rather than taking fees for sitting on their backsides!
thompson
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where?
8 Jul '14
 The PGMM track record of investment and management of mining projects includes the following recent examples:
thompson
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will PGMM work with £1m- £..
8 Jul '14
These are big numbers listed below and Im sure PGMM will take a decent % of the working capital. Would they want to work with £1m - £2m ? Is it enough?

 Investor consortium , with PGMM lead management, invested US$80m to redevelop the
Philippine copper/gold mine, and took the lead role in driving the business development
and managing operations. Mining operations resumed after an 18 month rehabilitation
program and the stake was sold for US$370m
 PGMM management oversaw the US$250m construction and commissioning of the
200,000oz per annum Masbate gold project. The project was developed on time and
budget and has met production forecasts. Masbate was divested by project owner CGA
Mining in late 2012 for more than US$1b
thompson
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whats this mans number?
8 Jul '14
 Tim’s most recent executive position was as Chief Operating
Officer at Carmen Copper Corporation. Prior to Carmen
Copper Corporation, Tim worked for CGA Mining at the
Masbate gold project (acquired by B2Gold Corporation) as the
Project Manager managing both the preconstruction activities
and mine development. He has also served as Vice President
of Project Development for TVI Pacific Minerals and had his
own contract drilling service company that worked with clients
in the Philippines, China and Taiwan. Other employers include
J.S. Redpath Mine Contractors & Engineers (1986 – 1993) and
TVX Gold (1993 – 1995). He holds a Masters in Mining
Engineering from Queens University in Canada
thompson
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Tim Armstrong ????
8 Jul '14
Scott Robson
Gary Leighton
Dewayne Chambers a telephone number???
thompson
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Need to get in touch
8 Jul '14
with PGMM and the individuals listed there. They must be in the office block if all is above level.
the individual people listed that are working for PGMM..... Anyone find them listed anywhere???
thompson
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ok all we need now is a mine!
8 Jul '14
Business Focus
Overview
 PGMM acts as a strategic development partner for mining companies. PGMM seeks to identify projects that are compatible
with its track record and which PGMM can add value to as the project is developed
 PGMM is a project enabler and the involvement of PGMM is intended to facilitate a project’s access to development capital,
both from PGMM’s investor consortia and other sources of capital
 PGMM aims to promote value appreciation at every level of the capital structure
Lseking
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Well said
8 Jul '14
Castaway, tfl very good advice for you mate u obviously think this is a dead duck so why not sell before it drops even more? After all you got in here acidentally and you said you have made loads off here in the past! So think about it you wouldnt really be at a loss snd you would feel a whole lot better also me thinks :) gl to you and all :)
tasteforlife
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CASTAWAY
8 Jul '14
Indeed....a very bad experience...lol

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