On the Bid: Top stock picks from Bridge Street Capital
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On the Bid is a new Stockhead video series putting the spotlight on Australian brokers. Each week Sky News and CNBC business journalist Oriel Morrison will interview a new firm for their views on the market, what’s happening around the world and at home, and their stock picks.
In Part 1, Oriel speaks with Alex Sundich, executive director, and Dr Chris Baker, analyst from Bridge Street Capital Partners, a Sydney-based corporate advisory firm focused on equity capital markets, M&A and principal transactions.
Established in 2013, Bridge Street focuses on mid and small cap companies with significant growth potential, being emerging Industrials, Technology, Natural Resources and Energy.
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And stay tuned for Part 2, where Oriel hosts business leaders from those featured stocks as they walk us through their Investor Presentations.
Host Oriel Morrison interviews Alex Sundich, executive director and Dr Chris Baker, analyst at Bridge Street Capital Partners.
Bridge Street Capital Partners is a Sydney-based corporate advisory firm focused on Equity Capital Market, M&A and principal investment transactions.
Oklo Resources Ltd (ASX:OKU)
Simon Taylor, managing director
Oklo is a gold explorer with a total landholding of 1,405sqkm covering greenstone belts in Mali. The company’s current focus is on its flagship Dandoko Project located east of the prolific Senegal-Mali Shear Zone.
Marvel Gold Ltd (ASX:MVL)
Phil Hoskins, managing director
Marvel is a Mali-focused gold explorer with advanced gold exploration projects and extensive landholdings in South and West Mali.
Pilot Energy Ltd (ASX:PGY)
Brad Lingo, non-executive director & chairman
Pilot Energy is leveraging managements extensive energy experience and its existing assets to supply energy into the Australian market from an expanding portfolio of gas production, energy storage and renewable projects.
Chesser Resources Ltd (ASX:CHZ)
Mike Brown, managing director & CEO
Chesser is currently exploring its three projects in Eastern Senegal that cover over 400sqkm on the gold-bearing Kédougou-Kéniéba Inlier, a northwest extension of the world-class Birimian greenstone belt that forms part of the West Africa Craton.