1st Feb '11


Occupation: Market Professional, Research House

Interests: Economics, Stocks

About Me:

Fox-Davies Capital Limited (FDC) has been advising and raising funds for the natural resource sector since February 2001. The firm specialises in assisting international resource companies to gain access to the UK, European and North American capital markets and has a substantial background in emerging markets particularly in Africa, Asia, Russia and the CIS. 

FDC enjoys a successful track record in advising and undertaking fundraising transactions for its clients ranging from private equity to IPO and secondary offerings and works with over 350 specialised institutional resource and emerging markets funds worldwide. 

FDC is authorised and regulated by the Financial Services Authority (FSA) and is a member firm of the London Stock Exchange (LSE).

Investment Research

FDC provides professional advice based on effective analysis and research to assist its corporate clients in presenting their proposals to the investment community. Our strength lies in the oil & gas and mining sectors where as a company or in previous roles our board has advised clients on the main board of the London Stock Exchange and AIM as well as the Toronto Stock Exchange. This includes such companies as Aurelian Oil & Gas (AIM), Cadogan Petroleum (LSE), EMED Mining (AIM), Discovery Metals (AIM, ASX), Sibir Energy (AIM), and Amur Minerals (AIM) amongst others.

Web Address:

Address: Whitefriars House, 6 Carmelite Street

Tel: +44 (0) 207 936 5200

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Fox Davies Capital's Latest Blogs

Mining News Colt Resources (BUY, C$0.84), (GTP TSX, C$0.51, ? 0.0%) released the final analytical results for the Aveleira tungsten discovery hole at Armamar-Meda in northern Portugal. The Aveleira tungsten discovery is located approximately 750m north of the existing resource at the Tabuaço (São Pedro das Aguias) tungsten deposit. Both are located in the Company's 100% owned Armamar-Meda concession in northern Portugal. Hole DHT-49 has…

Mining News Gem Diamonds (LON:GEMD) (GEMD LN, 279p, ? 0.7%)) has posted strong FY?12 results with revenue of US$396 million, up 49% from 2010, underlying EBITDA of US$180 million and Basic EPS (continuing operations) of 47 US cents, up 213%. Key driver for the business was the record production (112,367ct, +24%) and grade (1.62 cpht, +35%)at Let?eng which included the 550 carat Let?eng Star which…

Mining News Vatukoula Gold Mines (LON:VGM) (VGM LN, 74.6p, ? 0.5%) 2Q12 operational update showed a 8.73% fall in production compared to the previous quarter, partially due to heavy rainfall in January and lower gold recoveries. Combined with a slight fall in received gold price to US$1,639/oz, this resulted in a 35% fall in profitability to £900k. However, the company believe they are on track…

Mining News Bullabulling Gold Ltd (BGL LN) following yesterday?s approval by the UK court of the UK Scheme of Arrangement and the capital reduction, GGG shares were cancelled from trading this morning whilst the new Bullabulling Gold Limited shares were admitted for trading on AIM. In aggregate, 170,680,298 ordinary shares have been admitted. ENK (LON:ENK) (ENK LN, 13.1p, ? 7.0%) has appointed Dean Stuart as…

Mining News GGG Resources (LON:GGG) (GGG LN, 25.9p ? 0.0%) Trading was suspended this morning, pending the result of the Final Court hearing, expected later today, on the scheme of arrangement and proposed listing of Bullabulling Gold Limited following the merger with Ausex. Once the scheme is effective GGG shareholders will receive 1 Bullabulling Gold share for every GGG share and admission of Bullabulling Gold…

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