Recently during PDAC 2019, Matthew Gill, Managing Director and CEO of White Rock Minerals Ltd. (ASX: WRM), shared White Rock Minerals’ competitive advantages with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky. Matthew cites his Board of Directors, commenting: “I don’t think investors give enough consideration to the quality of people that are handling their money. Two of the four of us our mining engineers. We want to do stuffs that add value. I that’s really important for an investor. I think commodity diversification is also pretty important. So that your portfolio is not only one commodity. So gold, silver, zinc. Two could be up one could be down but they balance out. The really important component that I think differentiates us is jurisdiction diversification.”
White Rock is an Australian listed minerals resources exploration and development company with activities focused in Alaska and New South Wales.
White Rock owns 100% of the globally significant Red Mountain polymetallic volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) project in central Alaska. This zinc-silver-lead-gold project, with a recent maiden JORC 2012 Resource of 9Mt grading 13% ZnEq, provides White Rock with a quality advanced exploration project centred on an established VMS district where there is significant potential to discover several new large zinc-silver-lead-gold-copper deposits in addition to extending the known zinc-silver-lead-gold deposits at Dry Creek and West Tundra Flats.
White Rock also owns 100% of the Mt Carrington gold-silver project in New South Wales, Australia. This project is underpinned by a JORC Resource estimate containing over 300,000 ounces of gold and 23 million ounces of silver, and with a maiden Ore Reserve released in late 2017. The resources are situated in seven surface deposits, and located on granted Mining Leases with developed infrastructure.
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