Jindalee listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 11 July 2002 after raising $2.67M. Jindalee has not been back to the market to raise capital since listing and as a result the Company currently has only 34.9m shares on issue. Jindalee’s Directors are strong supporters and hold approximately 34% of the Company, whilst Teck, a major Canadian mining company, is Jindalee’s third largest shareholder with 5.9% of issued capital.
The Company’s primary objective is to create wealth for shareholders through the discovery of world class mineral deposits.
At Jindalee our strategy is to acquire prospective ground cheaply, add value through low cost exploration and, where appropriate, either introduce partners to assist in funding further progress, or fund this activity via a dedicated company in which Jindalee retains a significant interest.
This strategy minimizes our cash burn rate and delays the need to raise new equity, thus maintaining Jindalee’s tight capital structure and ensuring shareholders gain maximum leverage to any exploration success. This strategy also releases funds for the evaluation of other exploration opportunities and/or advanced projects with the potential to provide early cash flow.
- Experienced management with a history of success, targeting world-class deposits
- Tight capital structure designed to maximise shareholder’s leverage to success
- Low cash “burn rate”
- Management are continually assessing projects for Company growth