AIM listed high margin, natural fertiliser producer located in the world’s fastest growing fertiliser market, Brazil.

Projects

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Sergipe – Potash Projects

 

Harvest has two potash projects in the Sergipe Alagoas Basin. Both Sergi (40km) and Capella (13km) are close to the only producing potash mine in Brazil, the TaquariVassouras potash mine which Vale recently sold to Mosaic and is close to the end of its useful mine life.  As well as excellent infrastructure nearby including nitrate plants (Petrobras) and fertiliser blenders/ distributers such as Heringer, the state and the Department of Mines (DNPM) are very supportive of Harvest’s plans to develop a new potash project in the state and as such have provided access to ministers, historic data and assistance in permitting.

 

Mandacaru Phosphate Project

 

The Mandacaru project in Ceara State, Brazil was acquired by Harvest Minerals in December 2015. The project comprises three exploration licenses covering a total area of 5,908.67 hectares.

Exploration work, including a ground radiometric survey, mapping, surface rock sampling, trenching and a 2,141 metre diamond drilling programme over 32 holes, was completed by the asset’s former owner, B&A Mineração Ltda, in 2013. Harvest acquired this data in return for a 2% Net Smelter Royalty from future production (capped at an aggregate amount of US$1 million).

Independent consultants GE21 then estimated a JORC (2012) compliant total resource of 4.38Mt @ 4.55% P2O5, which includes an Indicated resource of 1.47Mt @ 5.30% P2O5 and Inferred resource of 2.91Mt @ 4.18% P2O5.

The Project has an estimated additional exploration potential of 4Mt of phosphate ore with similar grades, from the extension of the estimated mineralized layers, to be proven up by further exploration assessment. Although uranium and thorium are associated with the mineralisation, the grades are lower than 300 ppm indicating they will not impede the potential development of the Project.

Board and Management

The Board and the Company's senior management have significant experience and a proven successful track record in establishing, growing, financing and subsequently monetising early stage mineral projects both in Brazil and globally. They are all based in London (UK), Australia or Brazil.

Brian McMaster

Brian McMaster,

Executive Chairman

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Mr. McMaster has almost 20 years' experience in the area of corporate reconstruction and turnaround and performance improvement and 20 years in the mining industry. Mr. McMaster's experience includes founding Highfield Resources, an ASX listed potash company with projects in Spain as well as numerous reorganisations and the recapitalisation and listing of 12 Australian companies.
Mr. McMaster's career to date includes significant working periods in the United States, South America, Asia and India. Mr McMaster was a founding director in venture capital and advisory firm Garrison Capital Pty Ltd, and is currently a director of a number of ASX listed companies.

Luis Azevedo

Luis Azevedo,

Non-Executive Director

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Mr. Azevedo is both a licensed geologist and lawyer and an independent Member of the Board of Directors of Brazil Minerals Inc, Avanco Resources, Talon Metals and Harvest Minerals Ltd (formerly Triumph Tin Ltd). Mr. Azevedo has over +25 years of business and mining experience in Brazil. He is currently the Managing Partner and FFA Legal, a legal firm he founded with main office in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, which is focused solely on natural resources companies. His practice is highly active in mergers and acquisitions for companies owning mineral assets and / or operating mining enterprises in Brazil. His experience spans base metals, industrial minerals, diamonds, and precious metals, and he continually works with the highest federal levels of all branches of government in Brazil.
Mr. Azevedo previously worked for Western Mining, Barrick Gold, and Harsco. He assembled land packages that resulted in four initial public offerings of Canadian companies in Brazil (Talon, Avanco, Beadell, Brazilian Gold and Carnavale) since 2004. Azevedo received a Geology degree from UERJ - Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro in 1986, a Law degree from Faculdade Integradas Cândido Mendes in 1992, and a Post degree from PUC-Rio, Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro in 1995.

Dr Mark Heyhoe

Dr Mark Heyhoe,

Chief Operating Officer

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Dr Heyhoe is a geologist with over 25 years' experience in the mining industry. Working initially as a resource geologist and then consultant specialising in project evaluation, he then spent eight years working in the London capital markets before joining Harvest in January 2016 as COO

David Edghill

David Edghill,

Chief Financial Officer

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Mr. Edghill has over 15 years’ experience in private practice specialising in corporate reconstruction and turnaround, working on engagements in Europe and Australia. More recently he was Head of Finance at Utility Exchange Online Limited and then Group Finance Director at Bulk Logistics Group Limited. Mr Edghill is also a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.

Frank Moxon

Frank Moxon ,

Non Executive Director

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Mr Moxon is Managing Director of Hoyt Moxon Ltd, a corporate finance consultancy firm. He has over 25 years’ experience as a corporate financier to developing and growth companies, specialising in natural resources. He is a former head of corporate finance at Williams de Broë Plc and, until its 2012 sale to PTT for £1.2 billion, was senior independent non-executive director at Cove Energy Plc.

Jack James

Jack James,

Non Executive Director
& Company Secretary

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Mr. James has over 20 years of experience in chartered accounting specialising in corporate advisory and reconstruction. Mr. James is a partner of Palisade Business Consulting, which provides accounting, secretarial and advisory services to private and public companies, government and other stakeholders. Mr. James has a Bachelor of Business from the Queensland University of Technology and is a Chartered Accountant

Investors

Harvest Minerals Limited shares are admitted to trading on AIM, under ticker HMI. The Company was admitted to trading by the London Stock Exchange on 7 September 2015 and it is not listed on any other exchanges or trading platforms

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Company Information

Company Name

Harvest Minerals Limited

 

Company Description 

 

Harvest Minerals is a South American focussed natural fertiliser company. Our business model has been to discover and develop simple fertiliser or agriproduct projects which are simple with low technical risk. As our existing Arapua fertiliser project now in production and generating revenue, the focus is now on growing sales and increasing revenue generation. Whilst we have reduced all the technical risks as far as possible, the key challenge is in growing sales and this is being actively addressed through cost effective investment in our sales channels.

 

Country of Incorporation

 

The country of incorporation is Australia and the main country of operation is Brazil. Since Harvest Minerals is not incorporated in the UK, the rights of shareholders may be different from the rights of shareholders in a UK incorporated company.

 

Takeover Code

 

Harvest Minerals is not subject to the UK City Code on Takeovers and Mergers.

 

Details of any other exchanges or trading platforms

Harvest Mineral is listed on London Stock Exchange’s AIM Market (AIM: HMI)

Directors & Corporate Governance

Directors

 

The names of the directors and brief biographical details are available on the board and management section of this website.

 

Admission Document and Constitution

The AIM admission document and company constitution are available here: 

AIM Admission Document
Constitution Document

 

Corporate Governance

 

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH THE QCA CORPORATE GOVERNANCE CODE

 

Chairman’s Corporate Governance Statement

 

The Board of the Company, which is responsible for the direction and oversight of its activities, believes that a sound corporate governance policy, involving a transparent set of procedures and practices, is an essential ingredient to the Company’s success both in the medium and long term. It has therefore adopted the Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code (the “QCA Code”) as its benchmark for governance matters. The application of these policies enables key decisions to be made by the Board as a whole, and for the Company to function in a manner that takes into account all stakeholders in the Company, including employees, suppliers and business partners.

 

My role as Executive Chairman effectively combines the roles of chairman and chief executive although, in practise, much of the day-to-day running of the Company’s operations is delegated to the Chief Operating Officer who is not a director of the Company. Whilst, this does not satisfy the QCA statement that the “chair must have adequate separation from the day-to-day business to be able to make independent decisions”, this reflects both the entrepreneurial nature and early stage of development of the Company and its business and the continued combination of the two roles will be reviewed as the business develops further.

 

The Board of Directors currently comprises an Executive Chairman, one other executive director and two non-executive directors. It is the main decision-making body of the Company, being responsible for: a) the overall direction and strategy of the Company; b) monitoring performance; c) understanding risk, and d) reviewing controls. It is collectively responsible for the success of the Company. The Board is satisfied that it has a suitable balance between independence and knowledge of the business to allow it to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively.

 

Due to the relatively small size and scale of the Company and its Board, the Directors do not consider it appropriate to appoint a Senior Independent Director and the Company does not operate Audit, Remuneration or Nomination Committees, choosing instead to carry out these functions as a Board.

 

Jack James, a non-executive director of the Company, is also employed as its Company Secretary and assists with the preparation of its accounts. The Board considers that this does not impair his judgement as an independent director of the Company.

 

The Company does not currently undertake a formal annual evaluation of the performance of the Board or individual Directors but will consider doing so at an appropriate stage of its development in accordance with general market practice.

 

The Board maintains a regular dialogue with Strand Hanson, its nominated adviser, and obtains legal, financial and other professional advice as required to ensure compliance with the AIM Rules and other governance requirements.

 

We continue to review our approach to governance and how the views of stakeholders are represented in our oversight of the business. During 2018 a number of changes have been introduced to the Company’s corporate governance procedures in order to improve compliance with the QCA Code.

 

The Company’s corporate governance policies and procedures will continue to be reviewed regularly and may change further as its business develops and in response to further regulatory and other relevant guidance.

 

 

 

Brian McMaster

Executive Chairman

28 September 2018

 

Adoption of the QCA Corporate Governance Code

 

As a company quoted on AIM, Harvest is required to comply with a recognised corporate governance code. At this stage of its development, the Board believes it appropriate for Harvest to adopt the Quoted Companies Alliance Corporate Governance Code (the “QCA Code”), which is specifically designed for growing companies.

 

This report summarises how Harvest currently complies with each of the ten core principles of the QCA Code. Harvest will report further on compliance with the QCA Code on an annual basis.

 

Principle 1: Establish a strategy and business model which promote long-term value for shareholders

 

Harvest has a clearly articulated strategy and business plan as a South America focussed natural fertiliser company.

 

Our business model has been to discover and develop fertiliser and agriproduct projects which are simple to operate with low technical risk. With our existing Arapua fertiliser project approaching production and commencing to generate revenue, we are focused on growing sales and increasing revenue generation. Whilst we have reduced technical risk as far as possible, the key challenge is in growing sales and this is being actively addressed through cost effective investment in our sales channels.

 

Principle 2: Seek to understand and meet shareholder needs and expectations

 

The Board considers that good communication with shareholders, based on the mutual understanding of objectives, is important. In addition to the information included in the Company’s annual and interim reports and required public announcements, there is regular dialogue between the Board and senior management (led by the Executive Chairman and Chief Operating Officer) and shareholders. The Executive Chairman and Chief Operating Officer, who is not a director of the Company, also give regular presentations to investors, including one-to-one meetings with major shareholders in addition to specific meetings with shareholders relating to major transactions.

 

An up to date information flow is also maintained on the Company’s website (www.harvestminerals.net) which contains all press announcements and financial reports as well as extensive operational information on the Company’s activities.

 

The Board also encourages shareholders to attend the Annual General Meeting, at which members of the Board are available to answer questions and present a summary of the year’s activity and the corporate outlook for the Company.

 

Principle 3: Take into account wider stakeholder and social responsibilities and their implications for long-term success

 

The Board believes that long-term success relies upon good relations with a range of different stakeholder groups, both internal and external. Most importantly, however, we act with respect for people, communities and the environment.

 

As part of our business model, we identify the relationships on which the Company relies, including suppliers, customers, partners and other stakeholders, and seek to maintain and improve these relationships in a number of ways. We regularly seek to obtain, and take action on, feedback from our employees, our suppliers and other parties with whom we transact, as to how we can best maintain and improve our dealings with each other.

 

Principle 4: Embed effective risk management, considering both opportunities and threats, throughout the organisation

 Financial controls

The Board is responsible for reviewing and approving overall Company strategy, approving revenue and capital budgets and plans, and for determining the financial structure of the Company including treasury, tax and dividend policy. Budgeting and planning is undertaken by management in conjunction with the Executive Chairman.

 

The Company has recently appointed a Chief Financial Officer (“CFO”), who is not a director of the Company, who will review and implement defined financial controls and procedures for internal and external financial reporting.

 

The CFO will be responsible for implementing regular financial reporting to the Board. Monthly results and variances from plans and forecasts will be reported to the Board.

 

Non-financial controls

The Board recognises that maintaining sound controls and discipline is critical to managing the downside risks to the Company’s plan. The Board has ultimate responsibility for the Company’s system of internal control and for reviewing its effectiveness. However, any such system of internal control can provide only reasonable, but not absolute, assurance against material misstatement or loss. The Board considers that the internal controls in place are appropriate for the size, complexity and risk profile of the Company.  The principal elements of the Company’s internal control system include:

 

  • Close management of the day-to-day activities of the Company by the Executive Directors;
  • A recently appointed CFO to ensure controls and processes are in place and operating;
  • A forecast budget that will be used to track actual performance on a regular basis, included detailed periodic reporting of performance against budget; and
  • Central control over key areas such as capital expenditure authorisation and banking facilities.

 

The Company continues to review its system of internal control to ensure compliance with best practice, while also having regard to its size and the resources available. The CFO will have oversight of this process to ensure its rigour.

 

Other areas that will be subject to ongoing review as the Company grows will include regulatory compliance, business integrity, health and safety, risk management, business continuity and corporate social responsibility (including ethical trading, supplier standards, environmental concerns and employment diversity).

 

Risk management policies

As part of its Corporate Governance Plan, the Company has a number of policies that directly or indirectly serve to reduce and/or manage risk. These include, but are not limited to:

  • Corporate Code of Conduct
  • Share Dealing Code / Trading Policy
  • Shareholder Communications Strategy
  • Audit and Risk Committee Charter
  • Risk Management Processes
  • Anti-Bribery Policy

 

Roles and responsibilities

The risk management and other policies listed above describe the roles and responsibilities for managing risk. This includes, as appropriate, details of responsibilities allocated to the Board.

 

The Board is responsible for reviewing and approving changes to the risk management policies and for satisfying itself that the Company has a sound system of risk management and internal control that is operating effectively.

 

The risk management and other policies will be reviewed annually.

 

Principle 5: Maintain the board as a well-functioning, balanced team led by the chair

 

The Board of Directors currently comprises an Executive Chairman (Brian McMaster), one other executive director (Luis Azevedo) and two non-executive directors (Jack James and Frank Moxon). All directors retire by rotation with at least one third submitting themselves for re-election each year at the Company’s Annual General Meeting.

 

Executive directors of the Company are required to work such hours as are required to fulfil their obligations to the Company and have service contracts with a 12 month notice period. They are not precluded from having other outside business commitments.

 

Non-executive directors have letters of appointment with a 3 month notice period and are required to be available to attend Board meetings and to deal with both regular and ad hoc matters. Their letters of appointment provide no indicative time commitment but they are required to devote sufficient time as may reasonably be necessary for the proper performance of their duties.

 

The Board considers that both of the non-executive directors, Jack James and Frank Moxon, are independent in character and judgement. Jack James is employed by the Company as its Company Secretary and assists with the preparation of its accounts.  The Board considers that this does not impair his judgement as an independent director of the Company.

 

The Board is satisfied that it has a suitable balance between independence and knowledge of the business to allow it to discharge its duties and responsibilities effectively.

 

During the financial year ended 30 June 2018 the number of Board meetings held and those attended by each Director were as follows:

 

Director

No. of Board meetings eligible to attend

No. of Board meetings attended

Brian McMaster

4

4

Luis Azevedo

4

4

Jack James

4

4

Frank Moxon

4

4

Matthew Wood1

0

0

Mark Reilly2

0

0

David Burton3

0

0

1 Matthew Wood resigned on 9th October 2017

2 Mark Reilly resigned on 3rd July 2017

3 David Burton was appointed on 1st February 2018 and resigned on 19th March 2018

 

Principle 6: Ensure that between them the directors have the necessary up-to-date experience, skills and capabilities

 

Experience and capabilities

The Board is satisfied that, between its Directors, it has an effective balance of skills and experience including technical and commercial mining industry knowledge and expertise and experience in sales, operations, performance improvement, finance, commercial law and capital markets. Each Board member brings a mix of different capabilities which blend well into a successful and effective team.

 

Biographies for each Board member are published on the Company’s website and in its Annual Report.

 

Board members maintain their skillsets through practice in day-to-day roles enhanced with continuing professional development and specific training where required.

 

Internal Advisory Responsibilities

Due to the relatively small size and scale of the Company and its Board, the Directors do not consider it appropriate to appoint a Senior Independent Director.

 

All Directors have access to the advice and services provided by the Company Secretary whose appointment and removal is a matter reserved for the Board. Jack James, a non-executive director of the Company, fulfils the role of Company Secretary by, amongst other things, carrying out the following functions:

  • preparing board packs, agendas and minutes and facilitating the flow of Board information between senior executives and non-executive Directors;
  • implementing Board policies and procedures;
  • liaising with the Company’s nominated adviser and other professional advisers;
  • advising the Board, on corporate governance matters, the application of the Company’s Constitution, the AIM Rules and other applicable laws; and
  • inducting new Directors.

 

The Board maintains a regular dialogue with Strand Hanson, its nominated adviser, and obtains legal, financial and other professional advice as required to ensure compliance with the AIM Rules and other governance requirements.

 

Principle 7: Evaluate board performance based on clear and relevant objectives, seeking continuous improvement

 

The Company does not currently undertake a formal annual evaluation of the performance of the Board or individual Directors but will consider doing so at an appropriate stage of its development in accordance with general market practice.

 

Given its relatively small size, the Company has no formal succession planning process in place.  Recommendations for Board-level and other senior appointments are put to the Board for approval by the Executive Chairman.

 

Principle 8: Promote a corporate culture that is based on ethical values and behaviours

 

The Board also believes that a healthy corporate culture both protects and generates value for the Company and we see this as an asset in its own right. We therefore seek to operate within a corporate culture that is based on sound ethical values and behaviours. We do this using certain rule-based procedures (such as our formal Corporate Code of Conduct) and, more importantly, by the behavioural example of individual Board members and senior managers, particularly the Executive Chairman and the Chief Operating Officer. These values, which we seek to instil throughout the Company, include integrity, respect, honesty and transparency. As a small company, these characteristics are far more visible to staff than might otherwise be the case. We also hold internal meetings at which Directors and staff discuss matters, both formally and informally.

 

The Company operates a well-defined organisation structure through which we seek to determine that these ethical values and behaviours are recognised and respected, in addition to which every employee is aware of our established whistleblowing procedures.

 

Principle 9: Maintain governance structures and processes that are fit for purpose and support good decision-making by the board

 

The Board

The Board is responsible for the long-term performance of the Company. There is a formal schedule of matters specifically reserved for the Board, in addition to the formal matters required to be considered by the Board under the Companies Act.  This list includes matters relating to: a) appointing executive directors and determining their remuneration; b) determining strategy and policy; c) reviewing and ratifying risk management and compliance systems and controls; d) approving major capital expenditure, acquisitions and disposals; e) approving and monitoring budgets and the integrity of financial reporting; f) approving interim and annual financial reports; g) approving significant changes to the organizational structure; h) approving any issues of shares or other securities; i) ensuring high standards of corporate governance and regulatory compliance; j) the appointment of the Company’s auditors.

 

The Executive Chairman’s role involves both the leadership of the Board (including responsibility for the establishment of sound corporate governance principles and practices) and leading the Company’s executive management team in the execution of its strategy.  He also plays a pivotal role in developing and reviewing the strategy in consultation with the Board.  In practise, much of the day-to-day running of the Company’s operations is delegated to the Chief Operating Officer who is not a director of the Company.

 

Notwithstanding the QCA Code’s recommendation that the role of Chairman and Chief Executive are not combined, Harvest’s use of an Executive Chairman reflects both the entrepreneurial nature and early stage of development of its business.  The Board anticipates that the continued combination of the two roles will be reviewed as the business develops further.

 

The Executive Directors are responsible for implementing and delivering the strategy and operational decisions agreed by the Board, making operational and financial decisions required in day-to-day operations, providing executive leadership to managers, championing the Company’s core values and promoting talent management.

 

The Independent Non-Executive Directors contribute independent thinking and judgement through the application of their external experience and knowledge and are tasked with scrutinising the performance of management, providing constructive challenge to the executive directors and ensuring that the Company is operating within the governance and risk framework approved by the Board.

 

Board Committees

The Company’s Board Charter requires it to establish Audit, Remuneration and Nomination Committees to assist the Board in fulfilling its duties once the Board has determined that it is of a sufficient size and structure.  At present, the Board believes that, due to the relatively small size of the Company, its Board and operational business, such committees are not yet required.  These functions are therefore currently carried out by the Board:

  • Financial statements are prepared with assistance from the Company Secretary (also a non-executive director of the Company) and are reviewed by the Executive Chairman before being approved by the Board as a whole. Due to the current, relatively small size of the business, it is not considered appropriate to have an internal audit function.
  • Remuneration for both executive and non-executive directors is determined by the Board save that no Director is involved in deciding their own remuneration.
  • Given its relatively small size, the Company has no formal succession planning process in place.  Recommendations for Board-level and other senior appointments are put to the Board for approval by the Executive Chairman.

 

Evolution of the Corporate Governance Framework

During 2018 a number of changes have been introduced to the Company’s corporate governance procedures in order to improve compliance with the QCA Code.

 

The Company’s corporate governance policies and procedures will continue to be reviewed regularly and may change further as its business develops and in response to further regulatory and other relevant guidance.

 

Principle 10: Communicate how the company is governed and is performing by maintaining a dialogue with shareholders and other relevant stakeholders

 

The Company communicates with shareholders through its annual report and accounts, half yearly trading updates, its Annual General meeting and one-to-one meetings with certain existing and potential new shareholders.

 

The Company does not operate either an Audit or Remuneration Committee since their functions are carried out by the Board.  However, reports on both these Audit and Remuneration Committee functions are set out within the Company’s annual report and accounts.

 

The Company’s website includes the outcomes of shareholder votes cast at the Annual General Meeting and historic annual accounts, half-year reports and AGM notices.

 

The role of the Executive Chairman effectively combines the roles of chairman and chief executive although, in practise, much of the day-to-day running of the Company’s operations is delegated to the Chief Operating Officer who is not a director of the Company. Whilst, this does not satisfy the QCA statement that the “chair must have adequate separation from the day-to-day business to be able to make independent decisions”, this reflects both the entrepreneurial nature and early stage of development of the Company and its business and the continued combination of the two roles will be reviewed as the business develops further.

 

The Company does not currently undertake a formal annual evaluation of the performance of the Board or individual Directors but will consider doing so at an appropriate stage of its development in accordance with general market practice.

 

Given its relatively small size, the Company has no formal succession planning process in place.  Recommendations for Board-level and other senior appointments are put to the Board for approval by the Executive Chairman.

 

In formally adopting the QCA Code as its corporate governance framework, the Board has reviewed all aspects of compliance and has taken action to improve disclosures in its annual report and accounts and on its website. 

Significant Shareholders
Shareholder No. Shares Owned % Fully Paid Shares
Edwards Family Holdings Ltd 37,227,738 20.03%
Miton Asset Management 20,881,229 11.24%
KMINE Holdings Ltd 16,000,000

8.61%

Americas Investments & Participation Ltd 10,666,667 5.74%
Pershing Nominees Limited 8,825,697 4.75%
River & Mercantile Group 6,702,703 3.61%
Chelverton Asset Management 6,486,486 3.42%

 

Number of shares in issue as of 01/07/2019

 

184,335,884

 

Options on issue: 2,755,125 unlisted options with an exercise price of 14P expiring on 31 Dec 2019 and 600,000 unlisted options with an exercise price of 10P expiring on 25 Oct 2019

 

Warrants over Ordinary Shares in issue: 3,788,125

 

Director No. Shares Owned % Fully Paid Shares
Mr Brian McMaster 7,242,996 3.90%
Mr Luis Azevedo 1,645,135 0.89%
Mr Frank Moxon 10,810 0.01%
Mr Jack James nil nil

As at 01/07/2019

% of shares not in public hands (24.82%)

Number of shares in issue 184,335,884

There are no restrictions on any shares

 

Options on issue: 2,755,125 unlisted options with an exercise price of 14p expiring on 31 Dec 2019 and 600,000 unlisted options with an exercise price of 10p expiring on 25 Oct 2019

Warrants over Ordinary Shares in issue: 3,788,125

Key Advisors

Nominated & Financial Adviser

Strand Hanson Limited

26 Mount Row

London W1K 3SQ

United Kingdom

 

Brokers 

Shard Capital Partners LLP

23rd Floor, 20 Fenchurch Street

London, EC3M 3BY

United Kingdom

 

Solicitors to the Company

As to Australian law:

Steinepreis Paganin

Level 4, The Read Buildings

16 Milligan Street

Perth WA 6000

Australia

 

As to English law

Bird & Bird LLP

12 New Fetter Lane

London EC4A 1JP

United Kingdom

 

Share Registrar

In Australia:

Computershare Investor Services

Level 11, 172 St Georges Terrace

Perth WA 6000

Australia

 

In the UK:

Computershare Investor Services Plc

The Pavilions

Bridgwater Road

Bristol BS13 8AE

United Kingdom

 

Auditors

HLB Mann Judd

Level 4, 130 Stirling Street

Perth WA 6000

Australia

 

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UK office

Level 1
20 North Audley Street
London
W1K 6LX

Tel: +44 (0) 203 940 6625

Twitter - @HarvestMinerals

Australian office

22 Lindsay Street

PERTH

WA 6000

Australia Postal Address:

PO Box 8546 PERTH WA 6849 Australia

Tel: +61 8 9200 1847

Fax: +61 8 9227 6390

Brazilian office

Av. Jornalista Ricardo Marinho 360, sala 113

Ed. Cosmopolitan Barra da Tijuca

Rio de Janeiro

CEP 22631-350

Brazil


 

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