SUV's Principal Activity is the research and development dedicated to creating leading edge Lithium-Ion battery (LIB).
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|Volume (4w avg)|
|vs Sector (1yr)||+10606.25%|
|vs ASX 200 (1yr)||+10619.59%|
|ASX Rank||1,013 of 2,237|
|Sector Rank||226 of 676|
Suvo Strategic Minerals Limited (SUV) is a dual commodity Australian mining company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX:SUV) focused on the development of their 100% owned White Knight Kaolin Project located in the Yilgarn Craton in the central wheat belt and their 100% owned Nova Silica Project located in the Gin Gin Scarp near the township of Eneabba all situated within Western Australia.
Incorporated Lithexwas incorporated on 30 October 2009 for the purpose of exploration on tenements it had secured the rights to acquire which are located within the Pilbara and Gascoyne regions of Western Australia.
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|Dr Ian Wilson||Non-Executive Director||Sep 2020||
Dr Ian Wilson
Dr Wilson has with 45 years' international experience in industrial minerals. Dr Wilson's experience includes exploration, resource estimation, project development and production including global marketing for a variety of industrial minerals including kaolin, halloysite, calcium carbonate, bentonite, magnesite and others. He is formally the secretary of the Mineralogical Society of London (Clay Minerals Group) and has been the convenor of multiple international conferences on clay minerals. He has held technical and management positions in publicly listed mining companies including the kaolin producer, Imerys and has held the position of Senior Scientific Officer in what is now the British Geological Survey. Between 1974-2001, Dr Wilson worked for English China Clays and Imerys on geological and project management activities worldwide. From 1981-1984 was General Manager of ECC do Brasil Mineracao Ltda, Jundipeba, Sao Paulo producing kaolin and 1984-1985 Joint Managing Director of CEDESCA (a joint venture between Caobar, SA and ECC) at Poveda de la Sierra, Guadalajara, Spain, both producing kaolin for the paper industry. He was Project Manager for ECC's new ground calcium carbonate (GCC) operations in Tunadal (Sweden) and Nanling, Anhui province, China. In 2009 Ian was awarded the Hal William Hardinge award in recognition of his services to the industrial minerals industry.
|Mr Robert Paul Martin||Executive Chairman,Executive Director||Jul 2020||
Mr Robert Paul Martin
Executive Chairman,Executive Director
Mr Martin has over 20 years' experience across the mining services, supply chain and capital market sectors. Before joining the Company's board of directors, he operated a highly successful mining services company which became a leading provider of products and services to the mining industry and operated globally with offices across Australia and internationally. After 7 years of growth on growth revenue, profitability and expansion into multiple countries, Mr Martin's company was acquired by a prominent Perth business for an undisclosed multi-million-dollar sum.
|Mr Leonard (Len) Troncone||Chief Operating Officer,Chief Executive Officer,Executive Director||Jul 2020||
Mr Leonard (Len) Troncone
Chief Operating Officer,Chief Executive Officer,Executive Director
Mr Troncone has over 40 years' experience in the Australian corporate environment having held senior finance and operational roles in a range of industries including mining, mineral exploration, mine development, oil and gas, diversified engineering, construction and manufacturing. He has had involvement in Initial Public Offerings, capital raisings and arranging debt facilities to fund in acquisitions and projects. Len was a senior finance executive at a number of publicly listed entities which, during his tenure, transacted formative acquisitions and divestments. For example, at United Group he was involved in the acquisitions of Kilpatrick, on-market takeover and A Goninan & Co, acquisition from Howard Smith. In the mining, mineral exploration and mine development industries, Len involved in leading roles in the following projects: - Re-starting of gold mining operations and building a new treatment plant for Gympie Eldorado Gold Mines (QLD); - Mining and product marketing for Causmag Calcine Magnesium (NSW) and for Consolidated Minerals Manganese and Chromite (WA); - New open pit and underground nickel mine for Titan Resources at Widgeimooltha (WA); and - New nickel mining operations in Zambia for Albidon (Jinchuan).
|Mr Aaron Banks||Executive Director||Jul 2020||
Mr Aaron Banks
Mr Banks is a business consultant with over 20 years' experience in contract negotiations and business development including senior roles in sales, marketing and construction management.
|Mr Justyn Peter Stedwell||Company Secretary||May 2018|
SUV directors must report any change in shareholding to the ASX within 5 business days.
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|15/12/20||Ian Wilson||Issued||500,000||$0.135||$67,500||Issue of securities|
|15/12/20||Ian Wilson||Issued||500,000||$0.135||$67,500||Issue of options|
|30/07/20||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Issued||5,000,000||$0.02||$100,000||Issue of securities|
|04/09/19||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Issued||3,333,333||$0.001||$3,333||Issue of options|
|04/09/19||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Issued||16,666,666||$0.003||$50,000||Issue of securities|
|03/04/19||David Wheeler||Sell||+320,000||$0.007||($2,080)||On-market trade|
|06/12/18||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Buy||+4,375,000||$0.009||$39,375||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||John Paitaridis||Exercise||2,250,000||$0.009||$20,250||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||Doron Nevo||Exercise||1,250,000||$0.009||$11,250||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||Yori Nehushtan||Buy||+1,250,000||$0.009||$11,250||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Exercise||4,375,000||$0.009||$39,375||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||John Paitaridis||Buy||+2,250,000||$0.009||$20,250||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||Doron Nevo||Buy||+1,250,000||$0.009||$11,250||Conversion of securities|
|06/12/18||Yori Nehushtan||Exercise||1,250,000||$0.009||$11,250||Conversion of securities|
|21/09/18||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Buy||+3,000,000||$0.016||$48,196||On-market trade|
|21/09/18||Kobi Ben-Shabat||Issued||7,000,000||$0.016||$112,000||Issue of securities|
The current holdings of SUV directors.
|Director||Last Notice||Direct Shares||Indirect Shares||Options||Convertibles|
|Leonard (Len) Troncone||30/07/2020||N/A||250,000||1,250,000||N/A|
A substantial shareholder is a person or entity that owns 5% or more of the voting shares in a company. Shares can be held through multiple entities, so the Substantial Shareholders list differs from the Top 20 Shareholders list.
Shareholding changes less than 1% do not require notification to the market. When all “Last Notice” dates are identical, it suggests that no (or minimal) change has occurred since the most recent Annual Report.
|Name||Last Notice||Total Shares||Shares Held (%)|
|Aaron Peter Banks||31/12/2020||72,564,516||12.39|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
|Date||Name||Bought||Previous %||New %|
|30-07-20||Aaron Peter Banks||72,564,516||--||13.73|
12 month transaction history compiled from ASX announcements.
No sell transactions reported by Substantial Shareholders in the past 12 months.
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