North River Resources plc
Company Name:North River Resources plc Minimum fundraise:£0* High Share Price Bid:£0
Business Sector:Metals & Mining Total Funds Bid to Date:£8,815 Low Share Price Bid:£0
Auction period:01 Aug 2019 - 30 Oct 2019 Indicative Share Price:2.75 Average Share Price Bid:£0**
*The company will accept oversubscription.
**In the event of significant oversubscription, shares will be allocated to bids at the average price and above.

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North River Resources plc

North River Resources plc

Market Cap: £1,497,022 Auction period: 01 Aug 2019 - 30 Oct 2019 Indicative price: 2.75

Live Started 83 days ago

Current Indicative Price 2.75p

Auction closes in 7 days


Total Number of Shares Wanted Share Price (p)
25,612 2.50
25,612 2.75
8,815 3.50
Share Price (p) Total Number of Shares Offered
2.50 4,320
2.75 12,120
3.50 12,120



Total Number of Shares Wanted Share Price (p) Total Number of Shares Offered
25,612 2.50 4,320
25,612 2.75 12,120
8,815 3.50 12,120

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Company info

North River Resources plc is a mineral exploration and development company active in Namibia and Mozambique with headquarters in London. The company is focused on reopening its flagship asset, the Namib Lead & Zinc Mine near Swakopmund in Namibia and is targeting commencement of production in the near term. The company was recently granted its Mining Licence from the Namibian Ministry of Mines & Energy. Construction on the Namib Project commenced in Q1 2018 with full production expected in Q2 2019. (...)

Auction details

North River Resources Plc was admitted to trading on Asset Match on 27 March 2017 at a price of 2.75 pence per share.

It is intended that the first auction will be held on Wednesday 26 April 2017. Thereafter auctions will be held quarterly and close at 4pm on the last Wednesday of each month (unless stated otherwise).

Participants can send orders via their existing broker or directly to The Share Centre. Further details can be found by clicking on the "Auction instructions" section below.

Price history (last 10 auctions)


Auction instructions

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  • Using The Share Centre

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Alternatively, if you are interested in selling your shares and are unsure what to do next please read our Auction instructions for Sellers with additional FAQs. You can download the 'Selling shares traded on Asset Match' form here.

You can place orders with The Share Centre by calling 01296 41 42 43.

  • Using another stockbroker

If you already have a stockbroker (or an in-house dealing team if you are an institutional investor) then you can place an order by instructing your broker to face The Share Centre. Not all stockbrokers will be able to act on your behalf, and so you should check with them first. You may also incur additional fees.

When buying and selling shares, please note that the Asset Match levy of 3% applies, with a minimum charge of £20 per trade.

The tick size for this company is 0.05 pence per share.

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Key People

James Beams Non-Executive Chairman

James Beams joined North River having previously spent 14 years with Anglo American plc. For his final five years at Anglo American he was the Chief Financial Officer for the Copper division, and prior to that served in several senior management positions within the company. Prior to his time at Anglo American, he held senior finance roles at Minorco and Commercial Union.


Dag Kullmann Managing Director (Namibia)

Dag Kullmann is a mining engineer with 28 years' experience in the mining industry, predominantly in Southern Africa. Before joining North River Resources in 2017, he spent 10 years in Namibia with the Forsys Metals Group of Companies, initially as project and mining manager, then also its general manager. Prior to this, Dag spent 18 years in South Africa, first working in the Wits gold fields and finally 8 years consulting with Snowden Mining Industry Consultants on a wide variety of commodities across Africa and further abroad. He acted as Qualified Person for several large and small mining companies for the completion of technical studies, reserve reporting, operational audits and listing documentation for a number of international stock exchanges.


Mark Sawyer Non-Executive Director

Mark Sawyer is a Senior Partner at Greenstone Capital LLP and a co-founder of Greenstone Resources LP ("Greenstone"), the private equity fund. Mark co-founded Greenstone in 2013 after a 18 year career in the mining sector including as co-head of group business development at Xstrata plc, and senior roles at Rio Tinto plc and Cutfield Freeman & Co Ltd. Together with Greenstone's co-founder, Mark oversees all aspects of the management of the business. He serves as a director of Greenstone Management Ltd, the fund's General Partner, and is a member, and co-Chairman of the Investment Committee.


Ken Sangster Non-Executive Director

Ken Sangster was trained as a metallurgist and has 49 years' experience in the mining industry in a number of highly successful project development / project management roles ranging in project size from USD20M to USD600M. He previously worked in numerous senior roles for Rio Tinto plc for over 15 years, as well having metallurgy focused project development roles for Anglo American PLC, Consolidated Gold Fields, Outokumpu Metals and Resources, TVX Gold and Ivernia plc. He is also a Fellow of the Institute of Directors.


Brent De Jong Non-Executive Director

Brent de Jong is a partner at Castlelake, responsible for the firm’s investments in global special situations and is a rotating, voting member of Castlelake’s Investment Review Committee. He joined the firm in 2016 with more than 18 years of investment experience, having worked on more than 235 investments across nearly 50 countries. Prior to Castlelake, Mr. de Jong was the chief executive officer of Zaff Capital LP, a private equity and real estate investment firm, lead investment professional with Ashmore Investment Management for special situations and infrastructure investments and served on the firm’s investment committee and at JPMorgan’s financial institutions group in London and JPMorgan’s structured finance group in New York.


Ricardo De Armas Non-Executive Director

Ricardo De Armas joined Castlelake in 2016 as part of the Emerging Markets team, focused on investments in the emerging markets. Prior to joining Castlelake, Mr. De Armas was a vice president at De Jong Capital, where he focused on deep value investments and provided restructuring and financial advisory. Prior to De Jong Capital, Mr. De Armas was a principal at Zaff Capital, where he focused on special situation investments in emerging markets. Prior to joining Zaff Capital, Mr. De Armas was an associate with Citigroup in the Latin American investment banking group in New York, where he advised companies in a wide range of industry sectors on financial and strategic matters.


Paul Lombard Chief Financial Officer (Namibia)

Paul Lombard holds a BCom degree in Accounting from the University of Johannesburg (SA), a post graduate qualification from CIMA, UK and an MBA from the University of Stellenbosch (SA).  Before joining North River Resources in February 2018, he spent 17 years in the Diamond Mining industry with Namdeb Diamond Corporation.  Paul held the position of Financial Manager on an Executive level before heading up the Strategic Projects department. Paul then headed up the Southern Coastal Mines area as Mine Manager before his departure in Dec 2017.