Trident Royalties (AIM:TRR) is targeting a royalty & streaming portfolio to broadly mirror the commodity exposure of the global mining sector, with a production bias versus the majority of its peer group which is exclusively, or heavily weighted, to precious metals. The aim is to have a portolio evenly split between precious metals, base metals and bulk/ battery metals, across a range of mining-friendly jurisdictions worldwide, while most other royalty and streaming companies have portfolios weighted towards mining assets located in North and South America.
Producing royalties and streams can deliver strong and predictable cash flows, which can be leveraged through debt to enhance returns to equity and can underpin eventual dividend returns to shareholders. In this regard, the Company has entered into an exclusive mandate letter with Tribeca Global Resources Credit in relation to the arranging, underwriting and raising of an acquisition debt facility of up to approximately US$10 million
The Company’s first royalty acquisition, expected to complete shortly, is a 1.5% free on board royalty over part of the producing Koolyanobbing Iron Ore Operation in Western Australia, operated by Mineral Resources Limited (ASX: MIN, market capitalisation approx. US$2.5 billion), providing exposure to an immediately cash generative royalty over an established asset which is currently undergoing a production increase.
Trident Resources Plc (“Trident” or the “Company”, to be renamed Trident Royalties Plc) (AIM: TRR), is pleased to announce that …
Trident Resources plc (to be renamed Trident Royalties plc), a new growth focused mining royalty and streaming company, is pleased …
Trident Royalties Plc (AIM: TRR) started trading on AIM this morning, becoming only the second mining royalty company listed on …
Australia’s minerals sector has paid $39.3 billion in company taxes and royalties in the 2018-19 financial year, a record high for the sector. This marks an increase of $8 billion from the previous year.
The increase was in line with revenue growth that reflected continued higher production and strong commodity prices, according to a Deloitte Access Economics report commissioned by the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA).