1. Shanta (LSE:SHG) is a low cost, high grade East African gold miner which is transforming from a single asset to a multi-asset producer. Sales in 2019 were $113 million dollars, the market cap is £163 Million, and it has produced just under 1 billion dollars worth of gold in the last eight years. In the last three years the share price has risen by 500%.
01:28 Eric Zurrin, CEO, Shanta Gold
14:18 Luke Leslie, CFO, Shanta Gold
20:26? - Q&A
2. Scotgold Resources (LSE:SGZ) is an AIM-listed gold company which is commissioning the first phase of the high grade low-cost Cononish gold-silver mine in Scotland's Grampian Mountains. It has a market cap of around £68 million pounds.
25:31 Richard Gray, CEO, Scotgold Resources
3. Paul Mylchreest is the Mining Analyst at Hardman & Co. Here he puts the gold and silver market into context with his presentation: 'Gold and Silver: the Perfect Storm'.
50:34 Paul Mylchreest, Mining Analyst, Hardman & Co