A Visit With Bruce Bragagnolo of Inca One Gold Corp.
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Throughout 2016, we've attempted to introduce you to a number of mining companies and mining executives. This initiative continues today through this discussion with Bruce Bragagnolo, Chairman of Inca One Gold Corp.
Over the course of this call, Bruce and I discuss:
- Bruce's background as co-founder and former CEO of both Timmins Gold and Silvermex Resources
- What is Inca One, what makes it unique and how it is positioned to profit and grow going forward
- Bruce's thought on the upcoming U.S. election, Federal Reserve interest rate policy and the impact in the gold market
- Why some gold producers hedge and why most put on their hedges at the wrong time
I think you'll find this to be a fascinating and informative discussion. Please have a listen then go out and do your own due diligence. You may find that a mineral processing company such as Inca One deserves a place in a balanced and diversified portfolio of mining industry shares.
Bruce Bragagnolo is the co-founder and former Chief Executive Officer of Timmins Gold Corp. a Mexican-focused gold producer, and also the co-founder and the former CEO of Silvermex Resources Ltd., a silver explorer which was acquired by First Majestic Silver in 2011 for a market capitalization of $120 million. While at Timmins Gold, Mr. Bragagnolo oversaw the administration, business development strategy and the financing of the Company through its IPO and the acquisition and construction of its San Francisco Mine. He spearheaded the subsequent listing on the TSX and NYSE-MKT, and the acquisition of the Caballo Blanco Project, the Ana Paula Project and the El Sauzal Mill. Mr. Bragagnolo has been responsible for structuring and raising over $120 million in equity and debt for Timmins Gold and overseeing the growth of the Company as it transitioned from junior developer to a +100,000 oz. per year gold producer with a peak market capitalization of over $450 million. Mr Bragagnolo a member in good standing of the Law Society of British Columbia. He graduated from the University of British Columbia Law School in 1983 and, from then until 2007, he practiced law in Vancouver with an emphasis on securities law, start-ups and mergers and acquisitions, at which point he gave up his practice to become the CEO of Timmins Gold and Silvermex.
Bruce is currently the Chairman of Inca One Gold Corp. More information can be found at http://www.incaone.com. Inca One stock trades in Toronto under the symbol "IO" and in the U.S. under the symbol "INCAF".
Sunday, November 6, 2016