Soon to be introduced to the market, Collective Mining is the newest miner you’ve never heard about but should have. In fact, it isn’t as new as it seems. Collective has a top-notch team of seasoned operators at the helm coming over from Continental Gold (Sold for C$2 billion in March 2020). Coming together to start new projects with ESG principles at the forefront of the company’s guiding philosophy and operational standards, this team is highly specialized in recognizing early-stage exploration projects with world-class potential.
Collective Mining, responsible for discovering and building the largest gold mine in Colombia, is poised to bring their unique blend of environmental, social, and governmental expertise into action for their San Antonio and Guyabales projects.
With a new 5000 metre drill program beginning this month, initial results are anticipated in May/June, giving investors, both current and potential, something to be very excited about. The company is creating new strategic partnerships with key agricultural-focused groups in Caldas to deliver on many of the promises made in the ESG arena.
The name of the company makes it immediately clear that this is a company built on the foundations of collaborative and inclusive management, and a collective commitment to the values that investors prioritize for both stakeholders and investors. They accomplish this by working with local groups and planning projects that benefit the local mining community, minority groups, local development projects, and investors.
This approach to their projects fits well with the developed Colombian economy hosting ancillary mining services, agriculture, and tourism industries. The entire Colombian economy and country stand to benefit as a strategic alliance across a myriad of industries works with Collective Mining to build strong and profitable porphyry gold, copper, molybdenum projects.
Collective’s property in Colombia consists of two key projects – San Antonio and Guayabales – that comprise a historical and current gold endowment of more than 10 million Ozs on contiguous property. Despite having more than 500 years of mining history, the district never consolidated until the company brought their vision to the region.
With a mining friendly jurisdiction, no security issues, and access to the site and necessary infrastructure, operation of these prime projects is sure to bring in the kind of production they are aiming for. Plans are to extract porphyry gold, copper, and molybdenum from a newly-identified large-scale source at the sites. After thorough exploration costing more than $10 million historically (inflation adjusted), Collective is ready to scale up and mine the rewards of their patience.
As Collective Mining gears up to go public through a reverse takeover of shell company POCML5 in the second quarter of 2021, investors will be eager to get in on the action when shares are available. Until then, it’s time to get informed and stay updated on the company’s projects and plans, and how they plan to bring the benefits of their management team from multibillion-dollar Continental Gold.
Based on the team’s previous history, the market is likely to welcome Collective Mining’s public offering with open arms, and a healthy valuation to boot.
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