Hi BB. nice to see you on the board again and regarding 'Our Rachel' methinks that if she had been dismissed or whatever and had a grievance we would certainly have heard about it from sopmewhere? Could just be that her CV didn't have enough ammunition to cope with the vast project ahead? I like to think it was not a cse of leaving the sinking ship anyway. Hope you are recovering ok and that you and Mr BB and all the BB's have a great Christmas. Next year will be the best. Raising my glass to you Mam.......ATB
I could easily state that I am CFO of Casa Bluebottle and MrBB has proudly given me permission to state it on my LinkedIn Profile. He claims a more non executive role more akin to a sleeping partner lol Rachel's departure is like watching an episode of The Apprentice. "Rachel, You're Fired!" I am glad Mark won BTW.....too many Ups and Downs in the Tights Market proposed by his competition. Why don't we use him (Climb on Line) to raise the profile of SXX. We certainly have a mountain to climb in the New Year sxx :)
"Having joined Citigroup in 2000, Chris Fraser was appointed Head of Metals and Mining Investment Banking for Australia in 2006 and Managing Director in 2008.
"In these roles he led the bank to become one of the leading investment banking franchises in the mining industry in Australia. In particular he was the lead adviser on the US$2.5 billion initial development capital financing for Fortescue Metals Group Ltd (FMG)."
Sirius signs up another buyer for its potash mine in the North York Moors National Park. Sirius Minerals – the firm that is planning a potash mine in the North York Moors National Park – has signed another customer while it awaits the go-ahead to start the project. Sirius has agreed a deal with a South American distributor for the polyhalite fertiliser that it will mine from the Yorkshire project, taking the total commitments agreed with customers to 6million tonnes of annual sales. The AIM-listed group hopes the project will get the go-ahead from the North York Moors National Park Authority and Redcar and Cleveland council in the New Year after a series of setbacks and delays. Sirius (up 0.04p to 9.8p) describes its York potash project as the world’s largest and highest grade deposit of polyhalite, a 'multi-nutrient' that is used as a fertiliser. Chris Fraser, managing director and chief executive of Sirius, said: 'We have made tremendous progress during 2014 defining a strong and growing global market for polyhalite from the York Potash Project.'
Scotman, I think if we took everyones linkedin profile as gospel we wouldnt even be interviewing people for roles, I've worked with many people who use linkedin and they certainly dont match their profile. She has had a few roles! maybe she just talked a good job, could be as simple as that, not many people have endorsed her!!! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to all
Proactive investors, they no better than the business editors in the times, mail etc that give out share tips, Mr fraser started an iron ore mine in Australia that people said was never going to happen, that company is now a successful mine, so clearly Mr fraser knows what he is doing, directors leave for many reasons take tesco for example with the accountancy issues so this type of thing is quite common, what does that magazine know about building mines and the potash price, answer zero, end of the day chaps most of us have held these shares for over 2 yrs at different prices, it's not a long wait we have either made a mistake or we make some decent money, we can discuss things and shre info all we want but till we get a planning date it's all in the air, but we getting closer and it's in the hands of the gods
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