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ASM's Principal Activity is the mineral and strategic material processing.
|Bid / Ask||-|
|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||+258.41%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||+275.20%|
|ASX Rank||370 of 2,466|
|Sector Rank||60 of 676|
Australian Strategic Materials Ltd (ASM) is progressing the Dubbo Project to become a key global supplier of specialty metals and rare earths. These are critical for advanced technologies in high-growth sectors, including electric vehicles, clean energy, healthcare and robotics. ASM currently owns the following major operations and assets:
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|Mr David Graham Woodall||Managing Director||Feb 2020||
Mr David Graham Woodall
Mr Woodall has over 30 years' experience in senior and corporate and executive roles in operations, project development and evaluations in the mineral resources industry including gold, copper, iron ore, and nickel. He has held senior positions in Australia, Fiji, Central Asia, Indonesia, China, PNG and North America. Prior to joining ASM, he was the CEO of an ASX listed Canadian-focussed base metals development company. Prior to that, Mr Woodall ran his own consultancy company, was the Executive General Manager, International Operations for Newcrest Mining and was the Director of Operations for Fortescue Metals Group.
|Mr Gavin Murray Smith||Non-Executive Director||Nov 2017||
Mr Gavin Murray Smith
Mr Smith has more than 35 years experience in Information Technology, Business Development, and General Management in a range of industries and sectors. Mr Smith has worked for the Bosch group for the past 29 years in Australia and Germany and is current chair and president of Robert Bosch Australia. In this role Mr Smith has led the restructuring and transformation of the local Bosch subsidiary. He is a non-executive director of the Bosch subsidiaries, joint ventures, and direct investment companies in Australia and New Zealand. Mr Smith is the chair of the Internet of Things Alliance Australia (IoTAA).
|Mr Nicholas (Nic) Paul Earner||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2017||
Mr Nicholas (Nic) Paul Earner
Mr Earner has over 25 years' experience in technical and operational optimisation and management, and has held a number of executive roles in mining and processing. Mr Earner joined the Alkane Group as Chief Operations Officer in August 2013, with responsibility for the safe management of Alkane's operations at Tomingley and the Dubbo Project. Prior to his appointment as Alkane's Chief Operations Officer in August 2013 he spent four years at Straits Resources Ltd including two years as Executive General Manager - Operations, supervising in open cut and underground gold mines and an underground copper mine. During the eleven years before that he had various roles at Rio Tinto Coal Australia's Mount Thorley Warkworth coal mine and BHP/WMC Olympic Dam copper-uranium-gold operations. Mr Earner's eight years at Olympic Dam included roles managing the Concentrator and Hydromet functions which included substantial milling, leaching and solvent extraction circuits. His other positions included Production Superintendent - Smelting, and Senior Engineer - Process Control, Instrumentation and Communications. Mr Earner sits on the board of Genesis Minerals Ltd as a non-executive Director.
|Mr David Ian Chalmers||Non-Executive Director||Mar 2014||
Mr David Ian Chalmers
Mr Chalmers has worked in the mining and exploration industry for over 50 years, during which time he has had experience in all facets of exploration and mining through feasibility and development to the production phase. Mr Chalmers was Technical Director of Alkane until his appointment as Managing Director in 2006, overseeing the group's minerals exploration efforts across Australia and the development and operations of the Peak Hill Gold Mine (NSW). During his time as Chief Executive he steered Alkane through the discovery, feasibility, construction and development of the now fully operational Tomingley Gold Operations; the discovery and ultimate sale of the McPhillamys gold deposit; the recent discovery of the gold deposits immediately south of Tomingley and the porphyry gold-copper discovery at Boda. Mr Chalmers also managed the process development and marketing effort for the Dubbo Project, advancing it to the threshold of development.
|Mr Ian Jeffrey Gandel||Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman||Oct 2003||
Mr Ian Jeffrey Gandel
Non-Executive Director, Non-Executive Chairman
Mr Gandel is a mining entrepreneur with experience in retail management and retail property including Gandel Shopping Centres, Priceline Retail Chain and the CEO chain of serviced offices. He is a former Director of the Gandel Retail Trust. He has been an investor in the mining industry since 1994 and is also part of privately funded exploration in Western Australia. He is a member of the Risk Committee.
The current holdings of ASM directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Nicholas (Nic) Earner||01/09/2017||725,499||N/A||N/A||N/A|
Data supplied by Morningstar and accurate on Jul 28, 2020.
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|HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited||11,393,991||9.57%|
|Abbotsleigh Pty Ltd (ii)||6,840,668||5.75%|
|Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited||4,909,170||4.12%|
|Chapelgreen Pty Ltd (Chapelgreen A/C)||3,955,710||3.32%|
|J P Morgan Nominees Australia Pty Limited||2,800,981||2.35%|
|Chapelgreen Proprietary Limit||1,744,289||1.47%|
|Abbotsleigh Pty Ltd (Abbotsleigh S/F A/C)||1,621,636||1.36%|
|Abbotsleigh Pty Ltd (iii)||1,350,000||1.13%|
|Fyvie Pty Ltd (Uthmeyer Family No 2 A/C)||1,148,942||0.97%|
|BNP Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd (Ib Au Noms Retailclient Drp)||924,612||0.78%|
|Mr Patrick John Mchale||922,500||0.77%|
|Leefab Pty Ltd||844,302||0.71%|
|Kale Capital Corporation Ltd||803,754||0.68%|
|Mr David Hanbury Edmonds (David Edmonds S/F A/C)||594,438||0.50%|
|Milford Park Superannuation Pty Ltd (Milford Grove Superfund A/C)||578,288||0.49%|
|Mandel Pty Ltd (Mandel Super Fund A/C)||568,000||0.48%|
|Garrett Smythe Ltd||558,625||0.47%|
|S Maas Holdings Pty Limited (Shawn Maas Family A/C)||555,246||0.47%|
|Holding Size||1 - 1,000||1,001 - 5,000||5,001 - 10,000||10,001 - 100,000||100,001+||Total|
|No. of Shareholders||112||3,824||2,979||783||903||8,601|
No Substantial Shareholders for ASM in our database.
No buy transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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