|Blaze International Limited -- Australia Stock|| |
AUD 0.058 0.003 5.45%
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Mr. Robert J. Collins was NonExecutive Director of Blaze International Limited since September 1 2012. He was NonExecutive Chairman of the Board from October 20 2009 until September 1 2012. Mr. Collins has served on the Boards of several publicly listed mining companies. He is former Chairman of Tiger Resources Limited Golden Deeps Limited Sabre Resources Limited and Lumacom Limited. He has served on several other boards and owned a West Perth accounting practice serving the corporate sector.
Chairman Since 2012
61 8 6489 1600 http://www.blazelimited.com.au
The company has return on total asset (ROA)
of (16.83) %
which means that it has lost $16.83 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average. Similarly, it shows return on equity (ROE)
of (37.45) %
meaning that it generated substantial loss on money invested by shareholders.
Blaze International Limited engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties in Australia. The company primarily holds interests in the Yeelirrie uranium project that comprises nine granted exploration licenses and two exploration license applications covering approximately 1600 square kilometers in Western Australia. Blaze International operates under Industrial Metals Minerals classification in Australia and traded on Australian Securities Exchange.Blaze International Limited (BLZ) is traded on Australian Securities Exchange in Australia. It is located in 330 Churchill Avenue and employs 4 people.
Blaze International Leadership Team
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