Stephen Dattels, Chief Executive Officer of West African Minerals Corporation, is proud to announce that on October 10th, West African Minerals Corp was bestowed with the honor of receiving the Best Performing Share Award at the London AIM Awards.
Online PR News – 19-October-2012 –Every year, The AIM Awards recognizes top companies that have utilized the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange to raise the capital needed for expansion. Both old and new company performance is rated and those companies that out-shined all others are showcased in 11 different categories.
Steven Dattels is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Executive Chairman of the West African Minerals Corporation. With his superior experience as a mining executive, Mr. Dattels is leading this company forward into the future, with promises of continuing positive growth and substantial earnings. He is very proud of the performance of the West African Minerals Corporation.
“Iron ore is a needed commodity all over the world and we are pleased to be on the cutting end of providing this resource to businesses world-wide. Our projected low overhead costs of mining iron ore means we will be able to provide quality iron ore to our customers at a lower cost than other mining efforts.”
Recently speaking to the Investors Chronical, Mr. Dattels said that he is thrilled that WAFM (West African Minerals Corporation) has been successful in the ability to develop a model which will provide quality ore to customers at a low price. He said, “Iron ore is a needed commodity all over the world and we are pleased to be on the cutting end of providing this resource to businesses world-wide. Our projected low overhead costs of mining iron ore means we will be able to provide quality iron ore to our customers at a lower cost than other mining efforts.” This is just one good business practice at WAFM, and it is a shining example of why this company is worthy of an AIM Award as the best performing stock for 2012.
Stephen Dattels knows a good investment when he sees it, which is why he is happy to lead WAFM and honored that the company received the AIM Award. He knew this company had a high likelihood of a successful outcome. While the share price has moved down from its recent high there seems to again be growing buying interest in the lead-up to interim drilling results from the WAFM Binga property in Cameroon in the coming weeks.
As a mining financier for decades, Steven Dattels and has led numerous mining ventures in several continents. His vast knowledge and investment experience allows him to help investors realize significant returns. He has experience with a variety of commodities including gold, uranium, copper, iron ore and coal.
About Stephen Dattels:
Mr. Dattels attended McGill University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts degree. Then he went on an earned a law degree (cum laude) from the University of Western Ontario. He has also successfully completed Harvard University’s Management Development program.
About West African Minerals Corporation:
Formally Emerging Metals Limited, West African Minerals Corporation is a leading iron ore mining and exploration group with its primary assets being held in West Africa. The company has interest in 6 iron ore exploration licenses in Cameroon, West Africa and five licenses in Sierra Leone.