Orvana Minerals

Website: www.orvana.com
Primary ticker: TSX:ORV
Stage of development: Exploration, Development, Production
Primary minerals: Gold, Copper
Project to promote: El Valle in Spain, Don Mario in Bolivia, Taguas in Argentina

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Orvana is a 100,000+ oz gold & copper producer with underground operations in Asturias, Spain and open pit operations in south eastern Bolivia.
A strong exploration portfolio in Spain and Bolivia with significant growth opportunities elsewhere in Europe and South America

Management Profile

Juan Gavidia – President & CEO

Mining professional with over 20 years of leadership experience spearheading business initiatives and providing operational support to projects in the United States, Peru, Chile, Argentina, Australia, Mexico and New Zealand.

Nuria Menendez – CFO

Prior to joining Orvana, Nuria has been with the Company, since September 2014 and appointed CFO and GM of OroValle to manage and lead the operations at El Valle Prior to joining Orvana, she was a manager at Deloitte Spain for over 12 years

What is your rationale for attending 121 Mining Investment?

We are looking for investors of a cornerstone nature and to discuss the Orvana growth story with new potential investors

What recent news would you like to highlight to investors attending?

Don Mario, SART Circuit Project in Bolivia
Taguas, Gold mining Project, Argentina
Regional exploration programs in South America and Spain

What are your key goals for the next 3, 6 and 12 months?

Expand and seek transformational opportunities, look for new potential cornerstone shareholders

What do you see as the key risks and challenges facing your company at the moment and how are you overcoming these?

The lack of funding available for good projects. We have done most of our financing at the local/regional level with great success and very low interest rates

In a sentence, what do you think makes your company such a compelling investment?

People are finally recognizing that we are a sustainable producer and lowering our unitary costs. Our stock price is reflective of the job management has been doing