SSR Mining: Embedding good ESG governance and evolving disclosures

SSR Mining: Embedding good ESG governance and evolving disclosures

SSR Mining: Embedding good ESG governance and evolving disclosures

SSR Mining Inc. is a leading, free cash flow focused gold Company with operations in; Argentina, Canada, Turkey and the United States, and exploration activities in Mexico and Peru. In 2020 SSR Mining merged with Alacer Gold. Recognising the importance of good governance and sound ESG policies, immediately following the merger between SSR Mining and Alacer Gold, management sought to review and refresh the company’s policies ESG and governance policies.

To aid this  process, Digby Wells reviewed  and benchmarked the key sustainability and governance policies of each legacy company and benchmarked them against peers, larger companies and recognized industry leaders, as well as against investor standards and disclosure requirements. Digby Wells then provided SSR Mining with a set of recommendations for each policy,  to ensure the new policies were reflective of SSR’s size and intended growth trajectory

Gateway Real Estate Africa: Robust ESG Commitments

Gateway Real Estate Africa: Robust ESG Commitments

Gateway Real Estate Africa: Robust ESG Commitments

Gateway Real Estate Africa is a private real estate development company which specialises in the turnkey construction of accommodation for multinational corporates and retailers wishing to expand their operations on the African continent.

To assist Gateway improve its ESG credentials, strengthen performance and attract investors, Digby Wells as a first step undertook a review of Gateway’s ESG and sustainability linked policies.

Financial Provisioning Regulations Update

Financial Provisioning Regulations Update

The public has been called on to comment on the Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment’s (DFFEs) final suggested draft of the NEMA Financial Provisioning Regulations before they are Gazetted into law.

Public comments may be submitted on or before 6 October 2021.

For further information on the NEMA Financial Provisioning Regulations, contact our Experienced Mine Closure Specialist Team.