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Join Us: Paul Stephens, co-founder of RS Investments (Robertson Stephens) discusses the royalty model; EMX Royalty Corp. “Town Hall”-style (live & replay) webinar, Wed, Jan 16, 4:05 PM EST
This Wednesday, January 16th at 4:05 PM Eastern (EST) we will be covering the royalty model of resource investing with EMX Royalties and Silicon Valley legendary financier and investor Paul Stephens. The royalty model provides exposure to multiple upside opportunities, while minimizing the impact on a company’s treasury. (Think Wheaton, Franco Nevada, Osisko Gold Royalties and Sandstorm.) David Cole, Pres&CEO of EMX will be presenting. EMX: website, presentation, stock page (US), stock page (CA), pre-registration link.
To help explain the model before the formal presentation by EMX Royalty, Paul H. Stephens, Stephens Investment Management (19% shareholder of EMX) will be speaking. Paul has been a leading figure in west coast asset management and investment banking for over thirty years. He is the co-founder and Managing Director of RS Investments. RS Investments (formerly Robertson StephensInvestment Management) is a San Francisco-based mutual fund group that managed over $10 billion in assets.(full bio at end of this email.)
Along with a live presentation by management, there will be an expert Q&A panel of Wall Street veterans asking the tough questions you may not have thought to ask. There will also be an opportunity to send in your questions. pre-register here
EMX Royalty Corporation has a long-standing track record of success in exploration discovery, royalty generation, royalty acquisition, and strategic investments. Their diversified, three pronged business approach provides exposure to multiple upside opportunities, while minimizing the impact on EMX’s treasury.
EMX’s business model is designed to efficiently manage the risks inherent to the minerals exploration and mining industry. Key elements and resulting advantages of their unique approach are:
The company organically generate royalties through low cost property acquisition and early-stage exploration to build value, and then develop partnerships with quality companies to advance the projects, with EMX retaining a royalty interest and receiving pre-production payments.
Their organic royalty growth is supplemented by purchases of royalties from other parties, as well as strategic investments.
Cash flow from royalties, advance royalties, and other property payments are supplemented by returns from strategic investments, and provide “self-funding” operating capital for our ongoing business initiatives.
Using this model, they sustainably grow the royalty portfolio, with minimal dilution to our shareholders.
EMX’s royalty and property portfolio spans five continents, and consists of a balanced mix of precious metal, base metal, and other assets.
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• Projects & investments on five continents • Total of over 1.8 million acres of mineral property assets from acquisition & evaluation of >5 million acres over 15 years • Gold, copper, cobalt, polymetallic, & other interests • Assets range from royalty properties to early stage exploration projects
• Diversified portfolio with multiple sources of cash flow: ‒ Royalty revenue from producing operations ‒ Sale of assets with retained royalty interests ‒ Pre-production payments from new and ongoing agreements
• Optionality from operators’ investments on EMX’s royalty properties
About Paul H. Stephens, Partner and Chairman
Paul Stephens is a Partner and Chairman of SIM. Paul has been a leading figure in west coast asset management and investment banking for over thirty years. He is the co-founder and Managing Director of RS Investments. RS Investments (formerly Robertson Stephens Investment Management) is a San Francisco-based mutual fund group that managed over $10 billion in assets.
Paul was also a co-founder of Robertson Stephens & Company (“RSCO”) with Sandy Robertson in 1978. While at RSCO, he initially headed up the firm’s research and institutional sales groups, before managing the Robertson Stephens venture capital group from 1984-1990. RSCO grew to become one of the world’s premier boutique investment banks, helping to finance hundreds of Silicon Valley growth companies. RSCO was sold to Bank of America in 1997 and then re-sold to BancBoston in 1998. Paul spearheaded RSCO’s expansion into the asset management business and launched the Orphan Fund in 1990 and the Contrarian Fund in 1993. These funds were part of the foundation of the RSCO asset management business that would later become Robertson Stephens Investment Management.
Paul is a past Chairman and board member of the Haas Business School Advisory Board at the University of California at Berkeley. As an Adjunct Professor of Finance at Haas, Paul taught an investment class for ten years entitled “Investment Styles and Strategies” to second-year MBA students. He has also been an active board member of DUMAC (the Duke Management Company), which manages Duke University’s endowment fund, as well as a director of the U.C. Berkeley Foundation. In 2002, Paul was named a Berkeley Fellow. Paul holds both Bachelor’s (1967) and Master’s (1969) degrees in Business Administration from the Haas School of Business at U.C. Berkeley.