· In June, McEwen''s protege Ian Ball joined Abitibi''s board, along with Joe Groia, a lawyer and former head of enforcement at Canada''s top securities regulator. In July, McEwen invested C$2 million in Abitibi. In August, Ball became president.
· Ball has been the President of Abitibi Royalties since August 5, 2014, prior to which he worked for 10 ½ years for Robert McEwen, initially at Goldcorp and then McEwen Mining Inc., a company listed on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges and engaged in the exploration for, production of, and sale of gold and silver.
· Tonight marks the premiere of the 9 th season of Nome''s mining reality television show, Bering Sea Gold. With the promise of tapping into undiscovered riches, this season also comes with the backdrop of an ongoing lawsuit against one of Nome''s main mining companies. Late last year (November of 2019), two Nome high schoolers filed a lawsuit against Arctic Sea Mining LLC for injuries they ...
By Dr. Allen Alper, PhD Economic Geology and Petrology, Columbia University, NYC, USA on 3/20/2021 At PDAC2021, we spoke with Ian Ball, who is President and CEO of Abitibi Royalties Inc. (RZZ-TSX-V, ATBYF-OTC-Nasdaq), the streaming and royalty company that owns various royalties at the Canadian Malartic Mine, near Val-d''Or, Québec addition, the Company is building a portfolio of ...
· McEwen Mining Inc. (NYSE:MUX) (TSX:MUX) is pleased to announce the promotion of Ian Ball from Senior Vice President to President of the company. Ian has been with the company since late 2005 and has been instrumental in advancing the development of our Mexican assets. In particular, the discovery of El Gallo 2 silver deposit and restarting of El Gallo 1 gold mine and its current expansion.
· In a surprising announcement, the young and recently announced President of McEwen Mining (MUX:TSX), Ian Ball, announced his retirement from the company effective July 15, 2014. Not much clarity on the decision was given in the release. Could this mean tension between Rob McEwen and his protégé or is this the beginning of a new chapter for this young gun in the mining business.
We learned from Mr. Ian Ball, President and CEO of Abitibi Royalties, that the company is debt free with approximately $40 million in cash and securities, and this year they expect to generate $3 - $3.5 million in cash flow and use that cash flow to buy other royalties, as well as to reduce their share account.
We learned from Ian Ball, President/CEO of Abitibi Royalties Inc. (TSX-V: RZZ) that his company is focused on the royalties space. Their main asset is a three percent royalty on the eastern part of the Canadian Malartic Mine, which is operated by Agnico Eagle and Yamana Gold in the province of Quebec and is Canada''s largest gold mine.
· Ian Ball recently appointed President of McEwen Mining at the company''s El Gallo project back in January . Ian Ball, recently promoted to president of McEwen Mining, helped build the restart of El Gallo 1 and played a large part in the discovery of El Gallo 2. Having brought these projects to light, Ball was well positioned to reduce costs.
IAN BALL, CEO & President Prior to joining Abitibi Royalties as President (2014) and CEO (2015), Mr. Ball worked 10.5 years, at Goldcorp and then McEwen Mining. He served as McEwen Mining''s president where he was responsible for overseeing production, construction and exploration activities throughout North and South America.
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· Ian Ball was appointed president of Abitibi Royalties in 2014,Ian worked 10.5 years for Rob McEwen, initially at Goldcorp and then McEwen Mining. He most recently served as McEwen Mining''s president where he was responsible for overseeing production, construction and exploration activities throughout North and South America.
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Ball is departing after 9 years with the Company in order to pursue new opportunities however he will continue to work with McEwen Mining to ensure an orderly transition. Ian joined Rob McEwen at Goldcorp in 2004 and was a founding member of management of McEwen