Alicanto Minerals is pursuing aggressive exploration campaigns in Sweden’s highly-regarded mining region of Bergslagen. The first of these is targeting extensions of the historic Sala silver-zinc-lead deposit and the second involves greenfields exploration around the Greater Falun copper-gold and polymetallic skarn project.
The Company is highly leveraged to exploration success and puts a strong emphasis on ensuring that drilling and newsflow is ongoing.
This approach underpins its strategy of creating shareholder value by discovering, growing and developing precious and base metal resources in the tier-one location of Sweden.
The strategy is driven by a Board and Management team comprising a broad range of expertise, including extensive technical, operational, financial and commercial skills as well as experience in mining exploration, strategy, venture capital, acquisitions and corporate finance.
Rob Sennitt | Managing Director
Initially an investment banker for over 25 years where his focus was advising companies in the natural resources sector on strategy, capital raising and M&A transactions.
He was appointed Managing Director and CEO of Mineral Deposits Limited (MDL) in June 2015.
Following the takeover of MDL in July 2018, Rob became Senior Advisor to Appian Capital with responsibility for the Australian and Asian regions. At Appian, his responsibilities included origination of investments for the Appian Natural Resources Funds as well as portfolio company management.
Peter George | Executive Director
Mining engineer and mineral economist with 25 years’ experience in mining, most recently as Project GM with Mineral Resources Limited.
Held management, operations & consulting roles in commodities including gold, iron ore, lithium, nickel, zinc, copper projects globally.
Erik Lundstam | Chief Geologist
25 years’ experience in greenfield, brownfield and mine production geology, from technical to managing level with a focus on orogenic gold, porphyry copper-gold, VHMS, IOCG, skarn-limestone-hosted Zn-Pb-Ag and Sedex-type deposits.