Recently, Ironbark engaged a mining consultant to consider a high-grade smaller starter mine at its Citronen Base Metals Project in Greenland.
’s () non-executive director and major shareholder Danny Segman has made yet another purchase of company shares through on-market trades.
A disclosure document lodged on the ASX this morning revealed Segman purchased 4 million shares for $60,330 in yesterday’s trading session.
This increases his overall holding in the company to 114.5 million shares.
Earlier this week, Segman and two fellow board members Peter Bennetto, Gary Comb took up their maximum subscription in the recent share purchase plan (SPP).
Ironbark continues to progress development options for its flagship Citronen Base Metals Project in Greenland.
The company recently commenced a study evaluating a less capital intensive, high-grade starter mine operation targeting a 1 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa) production rate.
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