Company: Central Asia Metals PLC (CAML)
Date: 13th May 2021
Time: 5pm – 6pm
Presenter: Nigel Robinson – CEO
CAML produces the base metals essential for modern living in a safe and sustainable environment for all its stakeholders. The Company is a copper producer with operations at Kounrad, Kazakhstan, and is a zinc and lead producer at the Sasa mine in North Macedonia. CAML listed on London’s AIM market in 2010 and began producing copper in 2012. Kounrad has since produced over 100,000 tonnes of cathode at cash costs that are amongst the lowest globally. The Company acquired the Sasa mine in November 2017, which has a life of 18 years and cash costs of around the lowest zinc industry quartile. In the first full year of owning Sasa, CAML demonstrated that the acquisition was accretive on both an EBITDA per share and EPS basis. In the eight years since production commenced at Kounrad, CAML has distributed to shareholders $190 million in dividends. In Q2 2020, CAML published its first Sustainability Report containing information regarding CAML’s efforts and achievements in the areas of health and safety, community support, the environment, looking after its people and ensuring good business governance.
Nigel Robinson is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales and was formerly a Royal Naval Officer in the Fleet Air Arm. Upon leaving the Royal Navy, he qualified with KPMG where he stayed for a further three years before leaving to work in commerce. He worked for six years in management with British Airways before leaving in 2002. He joined CAML in 2007, became CFO of the Group in 2009 and has been instrumental in developing the business. In April 2018, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer.
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