Jump to content



Recommended Posts

  • Replies 93
  • Created
  • Last Reply

Top Posters In This Topic

Quiet a lengthy doc - will need to read in more detail later. First stop for me is the previous history/owner.


Note the suspension will continue until at least 6 August 2018


Note also all the "regulars" are in for their chop - Airguide, Sixty Two Capital Pty Ltd


Shares will be issued to participants in the Capital Raising upon the Company satisfying Listing Rules 11.1.2 and 11.1.3 and obtaining approval from its shareholders for the proposed acquisitions and joint venture, and any applicable ASX waivers.


ASX Chapter 11 - significant transactions requirements - https://www.asx.com.au/documents/rules/Chapter11.pdf






Link to comment
Share on other sites

Hard to find info on these JV companies


Not sure if this company - Muya Resources SARL) - is the same as/or related to Muya Resources Limited - mentioned in WFE's ann?


Hailiang, through its subsidiary Zhejiang Hailiang Co., Ltd, has operated a joint venture (now established through Muya Resources SARL) developing copper licences with ASA in the Democratic Republic of Congo since 2013. Zhejiang Hailiang Co., Ltd became a 62 per cent. shareholder in Muya Resources SARL in April 2016 in accordance with the Cooperation and Development Agreement between Zhejiang Hailiang Co., Ltd and ASA.


Further information on Hailiang is available on its website: www.Hailiang.com.


Hailiang is ultimately controlled by Mr. Feng Hailiang (aged 56), a Chinese industrialist and senior economist in the People's Republic of China. Mr Feng is Chairman of Hailiang, which he formed in August 1989, and was also Chairman of Zhe Jiang Hai Liang Co. Ltd., a company listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Prior to forming Hailiang, Mr. Feng started a trading company in 1985, which then led to the establishment of Hailiang.



They seem to have acquired - https://asaresourcegroup.com/file/d6c56a547...eb6b05ae710.pdf - who held licences in DRC





Information on RPI, the Wider RPI Group and Feng Hailiang

RPI was incorporated in the British Virgin Islands on 2 January 2014. All of the issued ordinary shares in RPI are owned by Hailiang which is itself ultimately owned by Feng Hailiang.


African Holding Investment Company Limited is also Registered in: British Virgin Islands, so might suggest they are all one big happy related family of Mr Feng?

Link to comment
Share on other sites

As long as it doesn't go pear shaped then there might be a few bags left for current shareholders!


or they could also become bagholders :(


Too many unknowns with all these connections.


Ask yourself this plant was built in 2014 for US$80 mil, according to ann,, why has the original owner elected to sell 50% to WFE for a cash payment of just US$5.5 m + some royalties + shares? Looks like there is a bit of CAPEX required then there's the dilution factor - millions of shares to be issued - 333,333,333 new shares to raise the $8 m and the shares to vendors. And when Airguide do their thing, more shares will be issued. How many shares currently - 2.4 bil?


In addition, the following share based payments are also to be paid in respect to the acquisition of the 50% interest in the Luapula Cobalt Processing Facility and new joint venture company:

(a) 100m fully ordinary shares issued on execution of the Joint Venture and Development Agreement;

(b) 100m fully ordinary shares issued on the commencement of concentrate sales by the new joint venture company; and

© 100m shares fully ordinary shares issued on the new joint venture company reaching 1,000t of contained cobalt in concentrate sales

The issue of the shares will also be subject to receipt of any regulatory and shareholder approvals and may be subject to ASX escrow.


Link to comment
Share on other sites

Some posters on the Aussie forums are quoting that this will be a $1 to 1.5 billion company within 12 months


Out in twitter land a StockSwami made this tweet @ 3:40 PM - 9 Jun 2018 - how good was Stockswami's prediction :lol:


Listen Up schmucks.

This is the $WFE play.

The peeps at 1620 capital will buy a cheap processing plant & some artisanal leases.

They'll bundle it into an African sounding co parented in BVI so cant be traced

JV it to $WFE , claim commission & WFE will pay all costs & go 50/50





Link to comment
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

  • Create New...