WHAT WE DO
At Medcaw we recognise the significant role that lithium plays in the global transition to sustainable energy solutions. As the demand for clean energy continues to surge, lithium has become an indispensable element in the production of lithium-ion batteries, which power electric vehicles and store renewable energy.
Our primary objective is to identify and acquire prospective lithium mining projects across Africa, a continent rich in mineral resources and untapped potential. We believe that Africa presents a unique opportunity for lithium mining, with its abundant lithium deposits and favorable investment climate. By focusing on this region, we aim to become a key player in the lithium market, meeting the growing demand and contributing to the sustainable energy revolution.
WHO WE ARE
Medcaw Investments PLC (“Medcaw”) is a cash shell listed on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange MCI:LON. Medcaw has recently entered into binding conditional agreement to acquire Abyssinian Metals Limited ("AML"), a company developing the Kenticha lithium project located in Oromia State, Southern Ethiopia.
The Kenticha project is a highly evolved, rare element, Lithium Caesium Tantalum (LCT) pegmatite project comparable to other major rare-element pegmatites such as Greenbushes, Tanco, Wodgina, Volta Grande and Altai No.3. Kenticha is a late stage development asset which AML intends to develop with the production of spodumene concentrate planned in stages, with near-term production through a Dense Medium Separation (DMS) modular plant.
Our team comprises seasoned industry professionals with extensive knowledge and expertise in mineral exploration, mining operations, andproject management. Leveraging our collective experience, we meticulously evaluate lithium mining opportunities in Africa.
Ms Cope has over 20 years’ experience as an investment banker in London, advising small and mid-sized companies on corporate governance, strategy, amalgamations and disposals, capital markets and regulatory compliance.
Predominantly, she has advised AIM listed companies in the Oil and Gas sector as both Nominated Advisor and Broker, assisting publicly traded companies to raise finance for their exploration, development and production projects around the world. Accordingly, Ms Cope has an expert understanding of AIM regulations and compliance and previously co-led and successfully developed the oil and gas franchise at Cantor Fitzgerald and also held similar roles prior to that at RFC Ambrian, finnCap and RBC Capital Markets. She is currently a non-executive director of AIM listed, Helium One Global Ltd.
Marcus Yeoman is Chairman and Non-Executive director number of private companies which have engaged him principally to assist them with their growth strategies.
His early career started with the formation of three companies in IT infrastructure and distribution, after which he moved into small company broking and corporate work with Rathbone Stockbrokers Limited and Cheviot Capital (Nominees) Limited. In 2003, Marcus established Springtime Consultants Ltd and has been acting as a consultant or Non-Executive Director to a number of listed companies and SME ventures over the 20 years.
Charlie Wood holds a Bachelor of Commerce from The University of Tasmania and is a fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).
He has over 20 years of financial and corporate experience gained in senior management of public and private enterprises and as corporate advisor. Charlie focuses on natural resources and technology sectors. He has advised a number of companies both private and listed on AIM and the ASX and maintains a broad network of Equity Provider and Private Equity relationships in both Europe, Africa and the US.