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Metalla has made its entry into the precious metals royalty and streaming space

Metalla has made its entry into the precious metals royalty and streaming space

For ages the metal royalties and the streaming space was dominated by companies like Franco-Nevada (FNV), Wheaton Precious Metals (WPM), and Royal Gold (RGLD), the trios.  Metalla, a new company has made its entry into the field by creating a highly attractive portfolio. According to the reviews in 2015 mining and metals made up a paltry portion of funds raised with three funds closing on $1.1 billion. Last year five funds managed to raise $2.1 billion. 2012 was the peak year for mining fundraising with $4.6 billion of capital commitments from investors.  Metalla Royalty and streaming is aimed at improving business and has two cash flowing assets, two near-term producing assets, and several development and exploration stage assets. The best thing when it comes to Metalla is that it has got the right connections that are required to assemble a royalty portfolio to fit its purpose and is way far ahead of the other companies in this. This is highly advantageous to as the mining companies has already realized the value of royalties hidden in their portfolio and is looking for alternative sources of financing. Again mining constitutes only a fraction of the total. At the end 2016 dry powder destined for mining amounted to around $5.5 billion while funds still have to exit $10.7 billion worth investments.


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