Sector Expert: Derek Hamill

Zimtu Capital Corp.

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Derek Hamill completed his Master of Financial Analysis and Professional Accounting at La Trobe University, a leading Australian academic institution, and holds a bachelor's degree in economics from the University of Calgary. Between degrees, Hamill worked for several years as an investment executive for ScotiaMcLeod, a leading Canadian wealth-management firm. As the head of research for Zimtu Capital, Hamill provides long-term outlooks for various commodities and updates on key internal portfolio holdings. He has access to an impressive array of experienced and knowledgeable industry professionals who are associated with Zimtu family. Zimtu's circle of industry contacts includes all aspects of the mineral exploration and development process; from first acquisition of mineral claims to the cutting of the ribbon at mine opening.

Recent Interviews

Zimtu Capital Analyst Says All Roads Lead to the Athabasca Basin (3/6/14)

To the World Nuclear Association, 2% uranium ore is high grade. At 14%, 16% and even 20% uranium, the grades in the Athabasca Basin are astounding analysts and investors around the world. Derek Hamill, Zimtu Capital Corp.'s new head of research, tells The Energy Report about where the investment dollars are moving in the Athabasca Basin, and what areas and companies are worth watching going forward.

Recent Quotes

"Material from CCE's Ashram achieved +40% TREOs with 70% REE recovery."

— Derek Hamill, Zimtu Capital Corp. (10/9/14)
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"CCE has made positive discoveries that strengthen the robust economics of Ashram."

— Derek Hamill, Zimtu Capital Corp. (7/7/14)
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"FCU's PLS has brought renewed optimism for exploration in the southwestern areas of the Basin."

The Energy Report Interview with Derek Hamill (3/6/14)
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"UEX Corp. is also a candidate for near-term production, with its Shea Creek and Hidden Bay projects."

The Energy Report Interview with Derek Hamill (3/6/14)
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