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Stephen Roland Dattels
Stephen Roland Dattels
Stephen Roland Dattels, Canadian, was appointed as Non-Executive Co-Chairman of the Board in February 2008.
Mr Dattels is an experienced senior mining executive, and was one of the key executives at Barrick Gold Corporation (whose shares are dually listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the New York Stock Exchange) during its formative years before leaving in 1987.
has helped to form and finance a number of mining ventures, including UraMin Inc
, an African based uramium company.
He has a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University, a law degree (cum laude) from the University of Western Ontario and has completed the Program for Management Development at Harvard University.
Mr Dattels is also the executive co-chairman of the board of Fast Forward Innovations Limited (formerly known as Kuala Limited) (which is listed on the Alternative Investment Market (" AIM")).
He was: (i) a non-executive director of GCM Resources plc (an AIM-listed company), having resigned on 26 June 2013; (ii) a non-executive co-chairman of the board of Polo Resources Limited (an AIM-listed company, having voluntarily withdrawn its listing from the Bermuda Stock Exchange on 23 May 2014), having formerly been the joint executive chairman of its board and re-designated as a non-executive director on 2 July 2013 and having resigned on 17 October 2013; and (iii) the chief executive and an executive co-chairman of the board of West African Minerals Corporation (an AIM-listed company), having resigned on 17 July 2013.
Directors & Management
Stephen R. Dattels (aged 64): Executive Co-Chairman
Mr. Dattels is a seasoned senior mining executive and is Executive Co-chairman of two companies listed on the AIM market of The London Stock Exchange, both of which are in the mining sector: Polo Resources Limited and West African Minerals Corporation, where he is also Chief Executive.
In late 1982 he joined Barrick Gold Corporation and was one of the key executives during its formative years, where he was involved in the company's growth from a capital base of US$10 million to a market capitalisation of over U$2 billion when he left in early 1987.
Since leaving Barrick, Mr. Dattels has been a mining financier of numerous mining ventures in several continents in diverse commodities including gold, uranium, copper, iron ore and coal.
In 2005 he founded UraMin Inc., which acquired and developed uranium assets in Africa.
The Company was sold in August 2007 to Areva
, the French Government-owned, fully integrated nuclear company for cash consideration of approximately US$2.5 billion.
He is also an active investor in oil & gas exploration in Africa.
Mr. Dattels is currently a Non-Executive Director of AIM listed GCM Resources plc and Non-Executive Co-Chairman of Hong Kong listed Regent Pacific Group.
Mr. Dattels has a Bachelor of Arts degree from McGill University, a law degree (cum laude) from the University of Western Ontario and has completed the Program for Management Development at Harvard University.
Significant new gift advances mining law and finance - Western Law - Western University
Now, a significant new gift from Stephen Dattels (LLB'72) in the area of mining law and finance will help prepare Western University law students to play a role in one of Canada's most vital economic engines.
This gift builds on Dattels' previous gifts to Western Law that have helped support the faculty's January Term course in mining law and finance and the Stephen Dattels Chair in Corporate Finance Law.
generous commitment of $1.525 million will deepen the school's expertise in the important field of mining law and support future mining law leaders," says W. Iain Scott, Dean of Western Law.
"We are truly grateful for Mr. Dattels'
leadership and support."
Dattels, a seasoned senior mining executive, was a key executive in the formative years of Barrick Gold Corporation.
He has been an active executive and director in a number of global mining companies and now serves as Executive Co-Chairman and CEO of both Polo Resources Limited and West African Minerals Corporation, both of which are listed on the AIM market of The London Stock Exchange.
The new donation will support the Stephen Dattels Visiting Pre-eminent Speakers in Mining Law and Finance Series and the Stephen Dattels January Term Fellowship in Mining Law and Finance.
"I strongly believe in the importance of education with a functional focus," says Stephen Dattels
Gift allows Western to mine industry expertise - Western Law - Western University
And thanks to a new $1.525 million gift from Stephen Dattels, LLB'72, that may be a reality.
"I strongly believe in the importance of education with a functional focus," Dattels
"Stephen Dattels' generous commitment will deepen the school's expertise in the important field of mining law and support future mining law leaders," said Iain Scott, Western Law dean.
"We are truly grateful for Mr. Dattels'
leadership and support."
Dattels, a Canadian-born businessman and humanitarian, earned a bachelor of arts from McGill University, a law degree (cum laude) from Western and completed the Program for Management Development at Harvard.
has held top positions at some of the most well-known companies in the mining industry such as Extract Resources Limited, Regent Pacific Group Limited and Berkeley Resources Limited
For more than two decades, he
has been active in international mining markets spearheading projects in North and South America, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, China and Russia.
He now serves as executive co-chairman and CEO of both Polo Resources Limited and West African Minerals Corporation, both of which are listed on the AIM market of The London Stock Exchange.
The Business Edition | Stephen Dattelsâ€™ dedication brings about success
Stephen Dattels' dedication brings about success
is an entrepreneur, financier, investor, and expert in the exploration of mineral resources and mining fields.
The extraction and processing of natural resources is intrinsically tied to the production of energy and the commodities exchange market, and to this extent Stephen Dattels
has forged a string of financial successes for investors worldwide.
has focused on delivering maximum value to investors for over three decades.
initial foray as a financial expert took place in Toronto, at the headquarters of the Barrick Gold Corporation
Barrick Gold Corporation
has been the number one producer of gold in the world for a number of years, and it owes a lot of its success to the leadership and vision of Stephen Dattels
during a period of strong growth in the 1980s.
When Stephen Dattels joined Barrick, the company was a fledgling Canadian mining enterprise with a market capitalization of $10 million.
became a Barrick executive, Stephen Dattels
executed a concerted plan of attracting key investments to the company.
By 1987, the Barrick Gold Corporation
enjoyed a market capitalization of more than $2 billion.
After his departure from Barrick, Mr. Dattels continued working as a financier of mineral exploration projects around the world.
sits in the executive boards of three companies dedicated to exploring the potential of certain areas that can yield considerable amounts of minerals and other lucrative commodities.
Those companies are West African Minerals Corporation
, Polo Resources
and Regent Pacific Group
Stephen Dattels a Retrospective
has been in the mineral exploration and mining business industries since the early 1980s.
currently sits in the executive boards of two companies that have developed a strong presence in the mining sector.
Stephen Dattels is the co-Executive Chairman of Polo Resources Limited and the Corporate Executive Officer (CEO) of West African Minerals Corporation.
Both mining companies are listed under the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) of the London Stock Exchange.
The long corporate history of Stephen Dattels dates back to 1982, when he started his career with the Barrick Gold Corporation.
quickly learned the many facets of the precious metals and mineral industries, eventually climbing the corporate ladder very quickly.
In just a few years at Barrick, Stephen Dattels became an executive and took the company on a path of vertical business growth that transformed the Barrick Gold Corporation from a modest industry player to a thriving enterprise with over $2 billion in market capitalization.
After five years of steady financial success at Barrick
, Stephen Dattels set off to embark in a lifetime of funding and financing mining projects around the world.
Over the years, Stephen Dattels
has recognized the resilience of his