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April 24, 2015 10:49 PM ET

Metals and Mining

Company Overview of Russian Platinum, PLC

Company Overview

Russian Platinum, PLC engages in the exploration, mining, production, and refining of platinum group metals in the Russian Federation. It owns Kondyor and Chernogorskoye deposits that are rich in platinum, palladium, rhodium, gold, copper, nickel, and cobalt reserves. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Saint Helier, Channel Islands.

13-14 Esplanade

Saint Helier,  JE1 1BD

Channel Islands

Founded in 2011

Key Executives for Russian Platinum, PLC

Chief Executive Officer, President and Member of The Board of Directors
Chief Financial Officer, First Vice President and Director
Vice President for Operations
First Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Chernogorskoye Mining Company
Vice President for Corporate and Legal Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Russian Platinum, PLC Key Developments

Russian Platinum Offers to Buy Norilsk's Nickel Plant

Russian Platinum has offered to buy the Nickel Pant. Russian Platinum estimates it will cost Norilsk Nickel RUB 1.5 billion to mothball the Nickel plant.

Russian Platinum Eyes Norilsk Nickel's Refinery

Russian Platinum, PLC mulls acquisition of a refinery on the Taimyr Peninsula from Open Joint Stock Company "Mining and Metallurgical Company Norilsk Nickel" (LSE:MNOD) to process ore mined at its Chernogorskoye and Norilsk-1 projects.

Russian Platinum Mulls Acquisitions

Russian Platinum, PLC is seeking acquisitions. Musa Bazhayev, Chairman of Board of Directors of Russian Platinum said, "Russian Platinum may become a multinational project, as it plans to consider acquisitions abroad after it builds a mining and processing plant to process ore from the Chernogorskoye deposit and the southern part of the Norilsk-1 deposit. When we fulfill our plans in Russia, we will look at (other) markets and assess the prospects of mergers and acquisitions. First of all in South Africa and Zimbabwe. Musa added that Russian Platinum is primarily interested in greenfield projects. Bazhayev said, "It is impossible to change the technology at a developed project. Africa has a lot of potential projects open for new technologies. If we can minimize costs, we will enter these markets." Bazhayev added that the company analyzes the situation in Africa and sees that production costs are very high there at the moment.

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