• Pathfinder Minerals – departure of Nick Trew now paves the way for long awaited licence resolution in Mozambique

    August 20, 2018 | Posted by

    News out this morning from Pathfinder Minerals confirming the departure of former CEO Nick Trew is resolutely good news on many, many counts.  As shareholders will be aware, it was our own criticism and campaign to remove him from the Board, detailed in full in the tab link HERE, that set in motion the train leading […]

  • Pathfinder Minerals – new BoD appointments light the fuse for long awaited licence resolution

    August 10, 2018 | Posted by

    News this morning of a new Nomad in the form of respected house Strand Hanson (of whom we are familiar and hold in high regard) and, finally, the two Board appointments including ex Kenmare Resources director Simon Farrell is resolutely good news for long suffering Pathfinder Minerals shareholders. At a stroke it provides new blood to […]

  • Pathfinder Minerals Plc – statement to shareholders

    May 10, 2018 | Posted by

    We note the announcement yesterday from Pathfinder Minerals Plc regarding the proposed Board reshuffling and appointments of Blair Sergeant and Simon Farrell to CEO & Co-Chairman roles – two senior mining executives whose expertise and deep knowledge of both Africa and heavy mineral sands we respect. Given the new Board appointments we confirm that we […]

  • PATHFINDER MINERALS PLC – REQUISITIONERS’ RESPONSE TO THE BOARD’S LETTER TO SHAREHOLDERS

    April 30, 2018 | Posted by

    Dear fellow shareholders Last Tuesday you will have received a formal document from the Board of Pathfinder Minerals Plc (‘Pathfinder’) calling a General Meeting (‘EGM’) of shareholders in response to the requisition that we first delivered on 20th March 2018.  That document included an eight-page letter from the current directors explaining why they thought that […]

  • OPEN LETTER TO HENRY BELLINGHAM OF PATHFINDER MINERALS

    April 19, 2018 | Posted by

    OPEN LETTER TO HENRY BELLINGHAM Mr Bellingham You will note that I deign to refer to you with your establishment prefix of “Sir”. From where I come from the addressing of someone by “Sir” implies respect for that party and respect in my book is earned, not given as an entitlement. Firstly, let me say […]

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