Mining Industry Mergers, Acquisitions and Capital Raising Quarterly Deals Review – Q1 2020

The total value of mining deals, after falling in Q4 2019, further declined by an additional US$3.4bn to US$22.8bn in Q1 2020, mainly due to a 32% fall in capital raised during that quarter. However, this decline was partially offset by an increase in mergers and acquisitions, which totaled US$9.1bn, 26.4% higher versus US$7.2bn in Q4 2019. Amidst the challenges of operating during the spread of COVID-19, gold deals were a feature of the first quarter. The largest of the completed deals was Kirkland Lake Gold Ltd’s acquisition of Detour Gold in a mega deal worth US$3.79bn, adding the Detour Lake mine to the portfolio.

Scope

• Coverage of all types of capital raising deals – equity offering, debt offering, private equity, and venture capital

• Coverage of all types of M&A deals – mergers, asset transactions and acquisitions

• Geographies covered include Asia-Pacific, Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Oceania and Former Soviet Union.

Reasons to buy

• Analyse M&As and capital raising deals in the mining industry.

• Review major deals that took place, their status and type.

• Compare mining companies’ response to COVID-19.

• Identify and analyze mining companies’ consolidations and expansions.

• Compare deals by type and status.

• Track the latest mining industry developments, with complete geographic coverage across the Asia-Pacific, Americas, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Oceania and Former Soviet Union.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Q1 2020 in Figures

Announced Mining Deals

Completed Mining Deals

Top M&As in Mining

Top Asset Transactions in Mining

Top Mining Capital Raising Deals

Appendix

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