Metal Tiger aims to generate value by investing in undervalued, high potential mineral exploration and development opportunities. The company consists of two divisions- direct equities and direct projects.
Its direct equities division invests in undervalued natural resource companies listed on AIM, ASX, and TSX. Here, the firm trades equities and warrants to generate cash that it can invest in its direct projects division. This arm of Metal Tiger’s operations focuses on developing project interests.
The company has significant exposure to the highly prospective Kalahari Copper Belt (KCB) in Botswana. It gets this exposure through a 30pc-owned exploration joint venture with MOD Resources covering 18 licences. It also owns a 12.5pc equity position in MOD, owner of the T3 project in the KCB, and a large stake in regional player Kalahari Metals.
Alongside this, Metal Tiger owns stakes in two potentially near-production stage lead, zinc, and silver mines in Thailand. Finally, the business holds tungsten and gold interests in the highly mineralised Extremadura region of Spain.
Metal Tiger also keeps a pipeline of new opportunities in the natural resources and mining sectors. It assesses these on an ongoing basis.