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Mount Burgess Mining NL (MTB)
is a publicly listed company on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).


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General Overview

Security Trading Policy

Mount Burgess Mining (MTB) shares are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX). All Company employees (which include Directors, Officers and Key Management Personnel) (“Employees”) are welcomed as long term shareholders of the Company and in so being are expected to act in accordance with the highest professional and ethical standards when buying or selling MTB shares.

This Policy applies to all Employees of the Company, its wholly-owned subsidiary companies Mount Burgess (Botswana) (Proprietary) Ltd and MTB (Namibia) Pty Ltd. The restrictions on dealings in the Company’s shares by Employees, outlined in the policy, are equally applicable to any dealings in the Company’s shares:

  1. By their spouses or de-facto spouses
  2. By or on behalf of any dependent under 18 years of age
  3. Any other dealings in respect of which, under the Corporations Act, the Employee would be deemed to have an interest. For example if the Employee is both trustee and beneficiary of a trust the Employee may not deal in MTB securities on behalf of that trust without reference to this policy.
Closed Periods

All Employees are prohibited from trading during a closed period detailed below, or any other period that may be imposed from time to time, when the Company is considering matters which are subject to continuous disclosure under Listing Rule 3.1A.

Defined closed periods are:

  • From 30 September until the release to the market of the first quarterly cash flow report.
  • From 31 December until the release to the market of the second quarterly cash flow report.
  • From 31 March until the release to the market of the third quarterly cash flow report.
  • From 30 June until the release to the market of the fourth quarterly cash flow report.
Procedure to Be Followed Before Trading in the Company’s Securities

The Company has the responsibility to continually keep the market informed of its activities, especially where they are likely to generate price sensitive information, so as to avoid any dealing in the Company’s shares in an uninformed market.

In an exploration company, particularly one that operates in remote locations, it is extremely difficult to immediately know whether or not any new information could be price sensitive (e.g. detecting “massive sulphides” in a drilling program may or may not be significant and may or may not be price sensitive). In these sorts of instances, rather than make a premature announcement the Company would have to confirm its discovery. Only once assaying has been completed, which could take several weeks from the time the ‘discovery’ is first made, can the significance of any discovery be determined.

In these sorts of situations the Company believes it unwise for any of its employees to deal (buy/or sell) in its shares during a period of uncertainty. Situations could arise where an employee may want to buy or sell MTB shares at a time that they are completely unaware that the Company is awaiting confirmation of what could be price sensitive information.

Therefore the Company has resolved that all Employees must apply for and obtain clearance in writing from the Managing Director at any time they wish to deal in the Company’s securities outside of the closed period.

If the Managing Director is not available then Employees should approach the Company Secretary for clearance.

Written requests and clearance under this Trading Policy via email is acceptable.

Trading During a Prohibited (Closed) Period With Prior Clearance

Clearance to deal in securities during a prohibited period may be granted by the Company in exceptional circumstances, such as severe financial hardship, compliance with a court order or transfer to a related party.

In this event the Employee must apply for and obtain clearance in writing from the Managing Director giving full and detailed reasons for the request to trade during a prohibited period.

If the Managing Director is not available then the Employee should approach the Company Secretary for clearance.

Written requests and clearance under this Trading Policy via email is acceptable.

Excluded Trading – Trading not Subject to the Company’s Trading Policy

Any trading in MTB securities under the circumstances given below is excluded from the Company’s Trading Policy.

  • Transfers of securities from one holding to another where any Employee is a common beneficial owner. If possible such transfers should be affected by off market transfers.
  • An investment in, or trading in units of, a fund or other scheme (other than a scheme only investing in the securities of MTB) where the assets of the fund or other scheme are invested at the discretion of a third party;
  • Where an Employee is a trustee, trading in the securities of the entity by that trust provided the restricted person is not a beneficiary of the trust and any decision to trade during a prohibited period is taken by the other trustees or by the investment managers independently of the restricted person;
  • Undertakings to accept, or the acceptance of, a takeover offer;
  • Trading under an offer or invitation made to all or most of the security holders, such as, a rights issue, a security purchase plan, a dividend or distribution reinvestment plan and an equal access buy-back, where the plan that determines the timing and structure of the offer has been approved by the board. This includes decisions relating to whether or not to take up the entitlements and the sale of entitlements required to provide for the take up of the balance of entitlements under a renounceable pro rata issue;
  • A disposal of MTB securities that is the result of a secured lender exercising its rights, for example, under a margin lending arrangement. Employees should inform the Company of details relative to any margin lending arrangements which involved the Company’s shares. Any Employees that enter into margin lending agreements in respect of substantial shareholdings in the Company are requested to immediately inform the Company in the event of being margin called.
  • The exercise (but not the sale of securities following exercise) of an option or a right under an employee incentive scheme, or the conversion of a convertible security, where the final date for the exercise of the option or right, or the conversion of the security, falls during a prohibited period and the Company has been in an exceptionally long prohibited period or the Company has had a number of consecutive prohibited periods and the Employee could not reasonably have been expected to exercise it at a time when free to do so; and
  • Trading under a non-discretionary trading plan for which prior written clearance has been provided in accordance with procedures set out in the trading policy and where:
    1. The Employee did not enter into the plan or amend the plan during a prohibited period;
    2. The trading plan does not permit the Employee to exercise any influence or discretion over how, when, or whether to trade; and
    3. MTB’s trading policy does not allow the Employee to cancel the trading plan or cancel or otherwise vary the terms of his or her participation in the trading plan during a prohibited period other than in exceptional circumstances.
Disclosure of Director’s Interests

Directors must notify the Company Secretary of any dealings in the Company’s securities immediately such dealings occur. The Directors acknowledge that the Company is appointed as their agent for the purposes of compliance with the disclosure requirement on Directors’ share trading in Listing Rule 3.19.

To enable the Company Secretary to lodge accurate information with ASX in respect of Directors’ dealings in MTB shares, if trading took place within a closed period then confirmation must be given of the date that written clearance to trade was provided.

Diversity Policy

Introduction

Mount Burgess Mining and its subsidiaries have always been committed to workplace diversity.

It is an equal opportunity employer and recognises the benefits arising from workplace diversity throughout its workforce.

By being committed to workplace diversity the Company has always had the benefit of a larger choice of high quality employees and access to different perspectives and ideas.

Diversity includes, but is not limited to, gender, age, ethnicity and cultural background.

To the extent practicable, the Company in its current phase of development addresses the recommendations and guidance provided in the ASX Corporate Governance Council's Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations (ASX Principles).

This Diversity Policy does not form part of an employee's contract of employment with Mount Burgess Mining or its subsidiaries, nor gives rise to contractual obligations.

Objectives

The Diversity Policy provides a framework for the Company to achieve:

  • A diverse and skilled workforce
  • A workplace culture that recognises and respects the unique attributes of each individual in the workplace;
  • Improved employment and career development opportunities for women;
  • Recognition of an individual’s domestic responsibilities or cultural/religious obligations;
  • Awareness in all staff of their rights and responsibilities with regards to fairness, equity and respect for all aspects of diversity,

This Diversity Policy does not impose on the Company, its directors, officers, agents or employee any obligation to engage in, or justification for engaging in, any conduct which is illegal or contrary to any anti-discrimination or equal employment opportunity legislation or laws in Australia or of any foreign jurisdiction.

Responsibilities

The Company’s Board is committed to workplace diversity, with a particular focus on supporting the representation of women at the senior level of the Company and on the Company Board.

The Board believes that at this stage in its development it is not of sufficient size to justify the development and monitoring of measurable objectives and strategies of its Diversity Policy (Point 3.3 of the ASX Corporate Governance Principles and Recommendations).


Projects

Kihabe-Nxuu Base Metals Project - Botswana

Location: West Ngamiland, Botswana

Owner: Mount Burgess Mining NL 100% (Subject to Exploration Licence renewal currently in litigation)

Project Location

The Kihabe – Nxuu Base Metals Project is located in Western Ngamiland, Botswana, on the border with Namibia, about 700km north west of the capital Gaborone. The project is 350km by road from Maun, Botswana.

Exploration Licences

The Company has developed  Zn/Pb/Ag JORC compliant Indicated and Inferred Resources at the Kihabe and Nxuu deposits on PL69/2003, in Western Ngamiland, Botswana. Renewal of title to this licence is currently subject to litigation, awaiting an Appeal Court hearing scheduled for July 2015. PL69/2003 covers that portion of a Neo-Proterozoic belt of metasedimentary rocks, hosting what is believed to be SEDEX style mineralisation, situated on the Botswana side of the border.

Resource Base

To date MTB has developed resources at two deposits on the Botswana side of the project. The Kihabe and Nxuu deposits, 7 kms apart, contain indicated and inferred JORC compliant resources of 33 million tonnes of mineralization. From this resource base  25 million tonnes @ 3% Zn/Pb are the subject of a scoping study to be revised to a pre-feasibility study for a proposed 10 year mine life @ 2.5 million tpa. The Kihabe resource also contains 3.5 million ozs of Ag, together with Cu and V credits.

The in-ground Zn/Pb/Ag metal content of the  resource base consists of some 750,000 tonnes of Zn equivalent metal.

The Kihabe deposit covers a strike length of 2.4 km, with two proposed open-cut pits covering a total strike length of 1.8 km, containing 14.4 million tonnes of resources. Within the 1.8 km of strike, the average width of the deposit is 27m from 5m below surface to 175m depth, the extent of the resource drill depth to date. Many sections of the resource are between 35m to 60m wide.  With confirmatory geotechnical drilling, it is estimated that the two proposed Kihabe pits will have strip ratios in the order of 4.5 : 1.

The Nxuu deposit covers an area of 550m by 250m with a total estimated depth of only 60m, containing 10.9 million tonnes of resources. Whilst further drilling has yet to be conducted to enable a pit to be designed, it is estimated that an open cut on this basin shaped deposit will have a strip ratio in the order of 3 : 1.

With both deposits being shallow (under 5m to 15m Kalahari sand cover) with potential low strip ratios, they represent potential low cost open-cut mining operations.

Style of Mineralisation

Mineralisation at both the Kihabe and Nxuu deposits has been described as being of late stage SEDEX style. Most SEDEX style deposits are found in dolomites. In this region however, the mineralisation occurred only after quartzite deposits formed over the dolomites through weathering and deposition from regional elevated or mountainous areas. Whilst the mineralisation is right at the contact with the regional dolomite, it was formed within what at the time was an overlying quartz wacke. With subsequent thrusting, folding and shearing, these deposits now range from being anything from horizontal to vertical as well as being in synclinal or anticlinal fold structures.

Mineralisation at the Kihabe deposit occurs within an almost vertical synclinal fold structure. Mineralisation at the Nxuu deposit occurs in a flat lying basin shaped structure.

Oxide/Sulphide Mineralisation

The whole of the Nxuu deposit consists of oxide mineralisation as is the top 25% of the Kihabe deposit. The remaining underlying 75% of the Kihabe deposit contains sulphide mineralisation.

Proposed Methods of Treatment
The Nxuu Deposit - All Oxide Mineralization

Zinc mineralisation in the Nxuu deposit is found in the Zn oxide mineral smithsonite. Metallurgical test work conducted on the smithsonite has shown that it is amenable to tank acid leaching, using 35 kg/t of acid, yielding 93% recovery in 12 hours at 25 deg C, the ambient Botswana temperature. This will enable Zn metal to be produced on site through tank acid leaching and electro-winning, thereby eliminating significant concentrate transport and smelter costs.

Lead mineralisation in the Nxuu deposit is found in the Pb carbonate cerussite. Metallurgical test work conducted on the cerussite has shown that recoveries of 93% can be achieved in 12 hours in the form of a Pb compound, which can be transported from site.

The Kihabe Deposit - Oxide Zone

Zinc mineralisation in the oxidised zone of the Kihabe deposit is found in the Zn oxide minerals smithsonite and baileychlore. Metallurgical test work conducted on this mineralisation has shown that it is amenable to tank acid leaching, using 35 kg/t acid, yielding 92% recovery in 24 hours at 40 deg C. This will enable Zn metal to be produced on site through tank acid leaching and electro-winning, thereby eliminating significant concentrate transport and smelter costs.

Lead mineralisation in the oxidised zone of the Kihabe deposit occurs predominantly as galena (sulphide) together with minor oxide minerals. Metallurgical test work has shown that 92% Pb recoveries are achieved through flotation and concentration. A Pb concentrate will be produced on site for shipment to a smelter.

Acid consumption in the region of 35 kg/t to recover Zn metal on site from both the Nxuu deposit and the Kihabe deposit oxide zone, is considered to be low and economical because the mineralisation occurs in quartz wackes, low in carbonates. (Were the mineralisation to be in dolomites, which are high in carbonates which consume high volumes of acid, this process would likely be uneconomic.) Further test work needs to be conducted to achieve concentration of smithsonite and bailychlore, prior to acid leaching, in order to reduce tonnages treated and thereby further reduce acid consumption. It is envisaged that a process of heavy media separation can be successfully applied because of the high SG’s of both smithsonite and baileychlore.

The Kihabe Deposit - Sulphide Zone

Zinc mineralisation in the sulphide zone of the Kihabe deposit occurs as sphalerite and lead mineralisation occurs as galena. Metallurgical test work has shown that at a 75 micron grind size, 94% Zn recoveries and 88% Pb recoveries are achieved within 15 minutes through flotation and concentration. Zn and Pb concentrate will be produced on site for shipment to a smelter.

This same metallurgical test work has also shown that 96% of silver (Ag) can also be recovered within 15 minutes. The Company is investigating the process for recovering Ag on site.

Other Metals

The Kihabe deposit contains copper and supergene vanadium credits which could be potential revenue contributors. Separate drill programmes will be required to delineate potential Cu and V resources to determine any such contributions. Only a shallow 40m depth drill programme will be required to delineate any V resource. Metallurgical test work will also have to be conducted to determine possible metal recoveries.

Potential to Increase Resources

Potential to increase the Kihabe resource beyond the current 175m depth is very high as drilling to date has intersected wide mineralised zones around the depth of 175m. As a synclinal structure, this further supports the potential for finding deeper mineralisation and the repeat of other parallel mineralised zones.

Potential to increase the Kihabe resource grade by delineating a resource based entirely on diamond core (DD) drilling is high. To date the Kihabe resource base has been delineated based on 112 reverse circulation (RC) drill holes and 32 diamond drill (DD) holes. A comparison of grades from DD holes that were drilled to twin RC holes has shown an increment in grade in the region of 40%. A further exercise was conducted by calculating the average DD grades from only the DD drilling conducted within the 0.5% low-cut resource envelope and comparing them with those grades from ALL drilling, RC and DD, conducted within the 0.5% low cut resource envelope. A similar 40% increment was arrived at. The cost of conducting sufficient DD drilling within the Kihabe resource in order to delineate a resource based entirely on this drilling method will be in the region of US$2 million.

Potential to increase the project resource base on a regional basis, in both Botswana and Namibia is high. Within this 100% controlled, 3,000 sq km Proterozoic belt, most of which is covered by Kalahari sands of some 5m to 30m depth, there will likely be further quartz wackes which host mineralisation in this region. Since the delineation of the Kihabe and Nxuu resources, Six new quartz wackes have been discovered through drilling, one of which shows elevated Cu mineralisation and five of which show elevated Zn/Pb mineralisation. Further soil geochemical sampling is currently being conducted on these discoveries in order to search for the higher grade zones, which will hopefully reflect the point of contact with the regional dolomite, the zone which, in this region, has previously proven to be of likely commercial grade.


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Trailing 12 Months {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMREV.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMEBITD.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMEBT.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios['Income Statement'].TTMNIAC.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - {{ratios['Income Statement'].VDES_TTM.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}}
  Gross Margin Net Profit Margin % Operating Margin Pre Tax Margin Free Operating Cash Flow/Revenue
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Risk Ratio Current Ratio Quick Ratio Interest Coverage LT Debt/Equity Total Debt/Total equity
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Management Effectiveness Ratios

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Return on Average Assets EBITD Equity Investment
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Employees Net Income Revenue
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Growth Ratios

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TTM over TTM {{ratios.Growth.EPSTRENDGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} {{ratios.Growth.TTMEPSCHG.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - - - - -
CAGR Free Operating Cash Flow Earnings Before Interest, Taxes, Depreciation & Amortization Tangible Book Value Total Debt
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5 Year Interim CAGR - {{ratios.Growth.Ebitda_TTMY5CAGR.Value | setDecimalCheckForNa}} - -

Forecast Ratios

Projected Sales ProjSalesH ProjSalesL ProjSalesNumOfEst ProjSalesPS
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ProjSalesQ ProjSalesQH ProjSalesQL ProjSalesQNumOfEst Price2ProjSales
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ProjEPS ProjEPSHigh ProjEPSLow ProjEPSNumOfEst ProjEPSQ
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ProjEPSQH ProjEPSQL ProjEPSQNumOfEst ProjPE ProjLTGrowthRate
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TargetPrice EPSActual EPSPrev EPSSurprise EPSSurprisePrc
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EPSActualQ EPSPrevQ EPSSurpriseQ EPSSurpriseQPrc
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ProjProfit ProjProfitH ProjProfitL ProjProfitNumOfEst
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ProjDPS ProjDPSH ProjDPSL ProjDPSNumOfEst
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Financial Reports

Financial Summary

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Accounting Notes
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Directors, Officers & Company Executives

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Recommendation Statistics

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Recommendation Statistics
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I/B/E/S Mean
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  • Sell
  • Reduce
  • Hold
  • Buy
  • Strong Buy

Past Broker Recommendations

No Past Recommendations

Past Broker Recommendations
  Strong Buy Buy Hold Underperform Sell Total
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Target Price

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Videos

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Contact Info

Mount Burgess Mining NL

8/800 Albany Highway
East Victoria Park, WA
Australia, 6101

Phone: +61 8 9355 0123
Fax: +61 8 9355 1484
Email: mtb@mountburgess.com
Website: http://www.mountburgess.com

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Fax: +61 8 9262 3723
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AU Australia, 6009


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