Fury Gold Mines’ CEO Tim Clark and SVP Exploration Bryan Atkinson provide an update on the recent drill results at the company’s flagship Eau Claire deposit in the James Bay Region of Quebec. Fury provided results for seven core drill holes at the Eau Claire project located in the Eeyou Istchee Territory in the James Bay region of Quebec. The 2022 exploration drilling program continues to demonstrate the potential to significantly expand the deposit to the west at the Hinge Target.
CEO, Tim Clark and SVP Exploration, Bryan Atkinson catch up with Swiss Resource Capital AG to provide a company update and discuss Fury’s Eau Claire project in Quebec.
In this interview, CEO Tim Clark and SVP Exploration Bryan Atkinson provide an update on the company’s progress at its projects in Quebec. Fury now has multiple drill rigs turning as part of its 2022 15,000m drill program at its flagship Eau Claire deposit and new Percival prospect in the James Bay Region of Quebec with the goal of expanding the resource and demonstrating further growth potential. Tim stated that focusing on expanding the known mineralization is exactly what major gold producers have told him they want to see.
Fury Gold Mines’ Chairman, Ivan Bebek, and CEO, Tim Clark, discuss the recent C$11 million marquee investor financing and the Dolly Varden Silver transaction, as well as their extremely positive outlook about Fury’s future. Chair Bebek is redefining his role at Fury, leaving the board to become a strategic advisor, so he can devote his expertise to several other companies he helped found. CEO Clark has firmly taken control of the reigns and has big plans for the future.
Interview with Tim Clark, CEO & Director, during VRIC 2022 discussing Fury’s exciting Canadian projects along with his industry observations.
Fury Gold Mines' presentation at the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference on May 17, 2022.
Tim Clark, CEO of Fury Gold Mines joins the Korelin Economics Report to provide an update on a number of news releases over the past month. Cory Fleck recaps the closing of an $11million financing, drilling that is underway at the Eau Claire Deposit (in Quebec), and targeting updates at the Percival Prospect.
A big deal in B.C.’s Golden Triangle gives Fury Gold Mines (TSX: FURY, NYSE American: FURY) a lot of flexibility. CEO Tim Clark spoke to Kitco last week.
In this interview, CEO Tim Clark and Chair Ivan Bebek discuss the just-closed C$11mm financing and recently commenced 15,000m drill program at Fury’s flagship Eau Claire deposit in the James Bay Region of Quebec.
Fury Gold Mines' presentation at the Swiss Mining Institute Conference on March 22, 2022.
Tim Clark, CEO and Director of Fury Gold Mines joins the Korelin Economics Report to recap the February news releases, including drill results from Eau Claire and Committee Bay and the closing of the Homestake Property sale to Dolly Varden.
Kerry Lutz sat down with Fury Gold Mines’ Chair Ivan Bebek and CEO Tim Clark for a sponsor update. Fury’s sale of its Homestake Ridge Silver/Gold project to Dolly Varden Silver is now complete. Fury received CAD $5 million, 76.5 million in DV shares and two board seats. Fury’s resulting enterprise value will be in the $40 - $45 million range.
Commodity-TV sits down with CEO Tim Clark, VP Projects Bryan Atkinson, and Chairman Ivan Bebek for a virtual roadshow investor presentation.
Kerry Lutz is joined by Fury Gold Mines’ Chair Ivan Bebek and CEO Tim Clark to get the latest on the just announced sale of its Homestake Project. It’s being purchased by Dolly Varden Silver (TSX.V: DV).for $50 million, with Fury getting CAD $5 million in cash and the balance in DV shares, along with two board seats. In the words of CEO Clark, “…the combination of these two adjacent assets is very strong. Combining our Homestake Project with the DV Project creates an attractive opportunity to immediately establish shareholder value through the potential synergies that result from their regional proximity.” It’s been no secret that Chair Bebek had been looking to sell-off Homestake. He observed that these two projects were always meant to be together and that there’s huge upside potential for Fury, once DV begins executing on its plan.
Fury Gold Mines’ CEO Tim Clark explains why he believes that “there is a lot of upside to our name” in this interview with non-executive chairman Ivan Bebek. Tim shared that there is growing pent-up demand for Fury shares even though it is not yet reflected in a consistent upward share price move.
Fury Gold Mines just announced that it has appointed Tim Clark, a current director of the Company who also serves on the Audit committee, to the position of Chief Executive Officer and Director replacing Michael Timmins. Mr. Clark brings 23 years of global capital markets experience with numerous major US, European and Canadian banks. Over the years, he has developed strong working relationships with Tier 1 institutional investors throughout the United States providing corporate strategy, and peer and financial analysis and insights on corporates within the materials, commodities and mining sectors.