Kura Minerals provides M&A Strategy and In-Country Services to mining & exploration companies looking to effectively initiate a business venture in Latin America. At the moment, we specialize in facilitating mineral projects and opportunities in Chile.
We believe in creating value by building enduring trust with our clients
Private and publicly traded mining companies | Listed vehicles seeking business model | Investment firms
Asset Management Strategy
Kura Minerals strategy is set and committed to build a diversified mineral Portfolio that meets the industry's reporting standards, thus facilitating our clients decision making and avoiding bootless errands. Having reviewed key relevant information for each project in the Portfolio, our team provides an in-depth assessment based in technical merit and current market trends considerations. A project in the Portfolio is a fast track towards M&A recommendations and an effective negotiation process. Our mission is to continuously scope for high-quality Available to Trade projects in Chile.
Our Portfolio currently includes multiple gold, silver, copper and lithium projects located in Chile’s prolific metallogenic belts and lithium salares, including advanced exploration projects, short-term production assets and greenfield prospects. Please click in the list and map views below to browse available projects' highlights.
What you will find in our Platform
Prospective clients benefit from accessing key relevant information of mineral assets, providing the essentials to assess a potential purchase decision. By accessing our cloud-based Mineral Portfolio, clients will benefit from accessing an in-depth review to each available project that includes:
- Advanced search options and filters
- Interactive GIS Map
- Project Highlights
- Online Brochure containing in-depth project review.
Unlike mining listings sites, we operate by creating a close and trustful relation with prospective clients based on in-person communication during our global presence in multiple mining conferences around the world. We believe that successful project negotiations require an ongoing effort of building trust between parties.