|Date||Company||Transaction Type||Total Value|| |
|03/04/12||Noble Metals||Placement||$4.2m||>> |
|Announced||Bidder||Target||Transaction Type||Total Value|| |
|20/06/18||Noble Metals||Asset acquisition||$9.7m||>> |
Noble Metals (previously named Condoto Platinum NL) was a Perth-based public company. In August 2019 the company was delisted from the ASX following a failure to pay its annual listing fees, and the company was placed into liquidation in March 2020. The company changed its name to Noble Metals after the June 2016 acquisition of GPS Metals Group. Noble Metals holds an agreement on 105,975 hectares in Choco Department, Colombia with the Novita Higher Community Council. Along with Stillwater (USA), Choco is the world’s only significant primary platinum-producing district outside of South Africa, Russia and Zimbabwe. Choco was the world’s sixth-largest source of platinum in 2012.
Biography last updated 04 Mar 2020