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MiningMaven Podcast 122 - with Julian Treger, CEO of Anglo Pacific Group (APF‪)‬ The MiningMaven Podcast

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Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Julian Treger, CEO of Anglo Pacific Group (LSE:APF). Anglo Pacific is focused on a growing portfolio of royalty-paying assets in the natural resources sector. Its investments cover a wide range of resource types in safe jurisdictions such as Australia, Canada, Brazil, and Spain. Julian gives an overview of the firm's primary assets, explains its strategy to realising shareholder value and details what he looks for in a potential investment.  Julian also gives his opinion on the outlook for the natural resources sector over the coming years.




This interview was recorded on 7th August 2019.

 

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small-cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

 

Author: Stuart Langelaan




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Today’s guest on the MiningMaven podcast is Julian Treger, CEO of Anglo Pacific Group (LSE:APF). Anglo Pacific is focused on a growing portfolio of royalty-paying assets in the natural resources sector. Its investments cover a wide range of resource types in safe jurisdictions such as Australia, Canada, Brazil, and Spain. Julian gives an overview of the firm's primary assets, explains its strategy to realising shareholder value and details what he looks for in a potential investment.  Julian also gives his opinion on the outlook for the natural resources sector over the coming years.




This interview was recorded on 7th August 2019.

 

All opinions expressed are those of MiningMaven and the respective guests, unless otherwise stated and should not be construed as investment advice or a recommendation to buy shares in any featured Company. From time to time MiningMaven principals may take equity positions in companies featured. Listeners are advised to do their own extensive research before buying shares which, as with all small-cap exploration stocks, should be viewed as high risk. Investors should also seek the advice of a qualified investment adviser or stockbroker as they deem appropriate. MiningMaven.com is a trading division of Catalyst Information Services Limited. Registered in England no. 06537074 (Registered Office Address 3rd Floor Ivy Mill, Crown Street, Manchester, M35 9BG) #gold #mining #investing

 

Author: Stuart Langelaan




The Author does not hold any position in the stock(s) and/or financial instrument(s) mentioned in the piece.

 

Catalyst Information Services Ltd, the owner of MiningMaven.com, does not own a position in the stock(s) and/or financial instrument(s) mentioned in the piece.

 

Catalyst Information Services Ltd, the owner of MiningMaven.com, has not been paid for the production of this piece by the company or companies mentioned above.

 


MiningMaven.com and Catalyst Information Services Ltd are not responsible for its content or accuracy and do not share the views

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