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Atalaya Mining Q&A: AIM-listed copper producer shares update

13th August 2021 16:12

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CEO Alberto Lavandeira and CFO Cesar Sanchez talk through the mining company's latest presentation and answers a range of investor questions.

CEO Alberto Lavandeira and CFO Cesar Sanchez of Atalaya Mining (LSE:ATYM) share their Q2 results presentation and answer a range of investor questions. The event, held on the 11 August 2021, is brought to you by our friends at Investor Meet Company.

Highlights:

Q&A    23:35

About the company    

Atalaya Mining is a mineral exploration company. It produces copper concentrates and silver by-products at its wholly owned Proyecto Riotinto site in southwest Spain. In addition, the company has a phased, earn-in agreement to acquire up to 80% ownership of Proyecto Touro, a brownfield copper project in the northwest of Spain. Atalaya Mining is a European copper company engaged in the re-start of production at the Rio Tinto Copper Project. 

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