There are 13 funds are in the market currently targeting the mining sector, seeking a combined $4.6 billion capital from so-called limited partners which include sovereign wealth funds, public and...
Another active part of the alternative finance market is the specialist mining private equity funds, such as Orion Mine Finance, Resource Capital Funds and Taurus. While most miners will normally consider raising equity on public markets, public bourses remain tough places for junior exploration and development miners to raise cash.
Last year five funds managed to raise $2.1 billion. 2012 was the peak year for mining-specific fundraising with $4.6 billion of capital commitments from investors. So called dry powder – money...
Four of the best funds for mining profits in gold The gold-price upswing is set to endure, says Max King. These funds look the most promising.
How to Invest in Mining Stocks Metals and minerals are vital to the future of the global economy. That makes mining companies an intriguing sector for investors to consider.
The rationale behind this aim is that EU funds provide considerable opportunities to address the concrete investment gaps identified in mining and metallurgy M and M regions. Likewise, these funding opportunities are of utmost interest for the successful implementation of EU macro policies such as Resource Efficient Europe or EU Industrial Policy and Smart Specialisation Strategies RIS3 .
Mining companies need an ongoing rate of return on their investment, along with a stable economic, regulatory and social environment for the full period of their operations. To stay in business, mining companies must go where the minerals and metals are and profitably develop those assets.
Some small mining companies do not have sufficient funding sources to finance development of many very well explored precious metals mining projects, based on small and medium size mines. These situations with appropriate due diligence can prove to be very profitable.
We do not simply track indices of the largest mining companies, but rather we identify sub-sector metals that are at cycle lows based on inherent supply and demand factors. We look for investments that present “deep value” opportunities for these preferred metals and augment this with a strategy to exploit downside opportunities in what we consider overvalued metals and companies