Silver Crown

Unlocking Hidden Value In Mining Operations

About this Event

Silver Crown Royalties works with mining companies at exploration, development, and operating stages, to provide funding in exchange for the rights to the silver that’s taken from the mine. These positions are small, usually less than 5%, but they add significant value to mining operations. This also creates significant upside for Silver Crown and its investors.

In addition, Silver Crown has a diversified asset allocation strategy with a goal of no more than 10% of its capital going into any one project. 50% of their projects will be deployed into producing mines, and to secure future production, 30% will be invested in development and 20% in exploration projects. They are also focused on geographic diversity to minimize geopolitical risk.

Watch the webinar with Silver Crown Chairman and CEO, Peter Bures, to learn how this yield product backed by the silver they own creates an advantage over owning silver coins or bars directly.

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