Audio Interviews

Audio interview between Doc Holiday and Brian McMaster, CEO of Harvest Minerals HMI

17 Jan 2018 | by: Richard Mason

Following last week’s written Q&A with Brian McMaster, CEO of Harvest Minerals (LSE:HMI), Doc caught up with him yesterday in a recorded interview to discuss more about the company’s recent expansion.

In the interview McMaster describes:

  • How well positioned Harvest Minerals is to sell its fertiliser, irrespective of whether it receives certification.
  • The closeness of the relationship between the company and the Brazilian authorities.
  • The sale of the company’s first batch of fertiliser to test the model.
  • The company’s expectations of using working capital to ramp up production in a bid to achieve its goal of generating $15million a year in sales.
  • How the company has no plans to raise more money, despite having recently appointed Shard Capital as a joint broker. McMaster acknowledges the support of the company’s largest shareholder, who has been to the site and is enthusiastic about its prospects.




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