|LTR -- Australia Stock|| |
AUD 0.03 0.001 3.23%
Non-Executive Independent Director
Mr. Craig Russell Williams was NonExecutive Independent Director of Liontown Resources Ltd since November 11, 2006. He is a Geologist with over 30 years experience in mineral exploration and development. Craig cofounded Equinox Minerals Limited in 1993 and was President, Chief Executive Officer and Director prior to Barrick Golds takeover of Equinox. He is currently Chairman of OreCorporationrationLimited. He was directly involved in several significant discoveries, including the Ernest Henry Deposit in Queensland and a series of gold deposits in Western Australia. In addition to his technical capabilities, he also has extensive corporate management and financing experience. Director since 2006.
Director Since 2006
61 8 9322 7431 http://www.ltresources.com.au
The company has return on total asset (ROA)
of (34.42) %
which means that it has lost $34.42 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average. Similarly, it shows return on equity (ROE)
of 27.56 %
meaning that it generated $27.56 on every $100 dollars invested by stockholders.
Liontown Resources Limited engages in the exploration and evaluation of mineral properties in Australia and Tanzania. Liontown Resources Limited was incorporated in 2006 and is based in West Perth, Australia. Liontown Resources operates under Industrial Metals Minerals classification in Australia and traded on Australian Securities Exchange.Liontown Resources Limited (LTR) is traded on Australian Securities Exchange in Australia. It is located in 1292 Hay Street and employs 8 people.
Liontown Resources L Leadership Team
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