Sector Expert: Ricardo Carrión

Kallpa Securities S.A.B.

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Ricardo Carrión is the managing director for capital markets and corporate finance for Kallpa Securities in Lima, Peru. He served as a senior analyst of Banco de Credito in the areas of corporate banking, corporate finance and capital markets and was an adviser to Lima's Stock Exchange. Carrion holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Universidad de Lima with specialization in finance and capital markets.

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Companies Commented On

  • Anthem United Inc.
  • Bear Creek Mining Corp.
  • Candente Copper Corp.
  • Duran Ventures Inc.
  • Dynacor Gold Mines Inc.
  • Inca One Gold Corp.
  • Luna Gold Corp.
  • Lupaka Gold Corp.
  • Minera IRL Ltd.
  • Montan Mining Corp.
  • Panoro Minerals Ltd.
  • Sierra Metals Inc.
  • Standard Tolling Co.
  • Trevali Mining Corp.


Recent Interviews

Why Ricardo Carrión and Alberto Arispe Are Optimistic About Mining in Peru (5/18/15)
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Despite headlines about deadly protests and the collapse of funding for juniors, Ricardo Carrión and Alberto Arispe of Kallpa Securities in Lima remain steadfastly optimistic about the future of mining in Peru. In this interview with The Gold Report, Arispe and Carrión highlight the mining-friendly government, the new production from many sources and point to several juicy projects that lack only the means to further unlock Peru's mineral riches.

Finally, Good News for Mining in Peru: Ricardo Carrión and Alberto Arispe (6/3/14)

Ricardo Carrión and Alberto Arispe of Peru-based Kallpa Securities have a boots-on-the-ground view of the politics, legal battles and investment climate for precious metals mining in the Andes. In this interview with The Mining Report, Arispe and Carrión detail the new, positive developments afoot in this region and explain why investors should get involved now, before the rest of the world catches on.

Is the Peruvian Government Becoming More Mining Friendly? (9/16/13)

With a credit rating higher than Mexico and Brazil, Peru should be high on the list of mining investors, but confidence has been shaken over the last few years when the government revoked some high-profile mining licenses. According to Lima-based Kallpa Securities Managing Director Ricardo Carrión and President Alberto Arispe, recent government actions might signal a reset, with the government even acting as a mediator between mining companies and the local communities. In this interview with The Gold Report, Carrión and Arispe detail the state of mining exploration in Peru and discuss companies actively exploring, including one that just received its long-awaited environmental approval.

Recent Quotes

"We expect an updated feasibility study BCM's Corani to be released real soon; it should show a lower capex."

The Gold Report with Ricardo Carrion (5/18/15)
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"TV is one of our favorite zinc producers in Peru."

The Gold Report with Ricardo Carrion (5/18/15)
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"SMT is an excellent example of a company with production plus exploration catalysts for the market in the near term."

The Mining Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (6/3/14)
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"TV is one of the few companies with real exposure to zinc."

The Mining Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (6/3/14)
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"SUE just received the EIA approval. This is a big milestone for the company and a good message for Peru's mining industry."

The Gold Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (9/16/13)
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"If you want to get exposure to zinc, TV, with its Santander mine in Peru, is one of the best choices."

The Gold Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (9/16/13)
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"SUE just announced that it is fully financed to develop and construct a gold project named Shahuindo."

The Gold Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (1/14/13)
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"The local community has a clear financial and social interest in IRL's Ollachea project succeeding."

The Gold Report Interview with Ricardo Carrión (1/14/13)
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