GNCC Capital, an exploration company with a primary focus on gold and a secondary focus on silver, has established a property portfolio that it plans to increase in value through continued exploration, joint ventures, and the acquisition of additional gold and silver exploration assets. Located in Arizona, the properties consist of White Hills, Esther Basin, Burnt Well, Clara, Kit Carson, Silverfields, and Potts Mountain.
The company's overarching strategy to generate revenue from joint-venture agreements is supported by a management team led by an industry veteran with years of experience in mining and energy.
For more than 25 years, company CEO Nicolaas Edward "Ted" Blom has earned his keep within the mining industry. His expertise encompasses finance, commercial and legal transactions, business development, strategic advisory services, and consulting for global hedge funds and private equity funds engaged in energy and mineral plays.
Blom has an eye for industry demand and trends, and several years ago forecast that Southern Africa would see a need for more than 20 new coal mining projects in order to sidestep another energy blackout in the region. Industry regulators have since confirmed the accuracy of this forecast, but have done little to progress solutions for the situation.
He also has a knack for identifying opportunities in the business realm. Working as an advisor to Eskom, Blom picked up on areas in which the company could save billions of dollars in capital expenditures. As a strategic advisor for a South African merchant bank, Blom has also conducted global transactions, including capital raising for new technology as well as for mining and energy projects.
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