Sector Expert: Jackie Przybylowski

BMO Capital Markets

Jackie Przybylowski joined BMO Capital Markets in 2018 covering primarily Canadian-listed base and precious metals. Przybylowski was named a Brendan Wood's TopGun Equity Research Analyst in 2019. Prior to joining BMO, she was Associate Portfolio Manager, Global Metals & Mining at one of Canada's largest independent mutual fund companies and was named as a Canadian TopGun Investment Mind in 2018/19. Przybylowski also spent eight years in sell-side research covering the Canadian metals, mining, and bulk commodities sectors. She started her career in industry at Stelco Inc., where she worked as a metallurgist for six and a half years. Przybylowski holds a bachelor of applied science and master of engineering, both in metallurgy and materials engineering, from the University of Toronto. She also holds a master of business administration from the Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. She is a licensed professional engineer with Professional Engineers Ontario and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.



Recent Quotes

"ADV and Hebei are in advanced discussions with potential strategic investors."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (2/7/13)
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"We expect NML's DSO mill will start operations in Q3/13."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (12/17/12)
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"We expect Hebei will acquire a 25% stake in ADV's Kami project."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (9/5/12)
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"ADV expects that its Hebei transaction will close shortly."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (8/21/12)
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"NML's shipping agreement is a positive for the company."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (8/14/12)
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"ADV remains on track to begin first production at Kami in late 2015."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (6/22/12)
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"Progress at ADV's Kami remains on track."

— Jackie Przybylowski, Desjardins Securities (5/16/12)
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