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Arie Papernick

Secutor Capital Management Corp.

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Arie Papernick runs the Equity Capital Market's team at Secutor Capital Management Corp. in Toronto. His team specializes in raising private placement financings for the junior resource sector with a focus on those conducting exploration in Canada. Papernick brings over 17 years of hands-on capital markets experience to his clients. After completing an Honours Bachelor of Commerce degree at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, he started his finance career in Toronto. He completed the Chartered Financial Analyst program in 2000. Papernick has established a successful role for himself among issuers, institutional and high net worth investors.




Recent Interviews

Arie Papernick: A New Mining Investment Landscape Explained (4/9/13) Life is difficult for junior resource companies. Not only are stocks and commodity prices moving sideways, but tax changes in Canada may signal less friendly treatment for exploration investment. But not all is grim, according to Arie Papernick, the head of equity capital markets at Secutor Capital Management Corp. in Toronto. In this interview with The Metals Report, Papernick says investors can still make money if they focus on companies that are producing or near production with an attractive capital structure and strong balance sheets. Royalty plays are another favorite. He reveals that the next big opportunity may be coming in the energy metals space.

Arie Papernick's Formula to Profit from Canada's Booming Gold Exploration (9/5/12) Bonanza-grade discoveries in precious and base metals are energizing exploration across Canada. Arie Papernick of Secutor Capital Management Corp. believes that unflappable investors stand to be rewarded for buying at the bottom of the market. In this exclusive interview with The Gold Report, Papernick points to promising developments for issuers prospecting in Canadian gold fields, including the mineral-rich black tar sands and the Labrador Trough. He also suggests techniques for preserving capital so to survive the coming black swans.

Recent Quotes

"NMX delivered solid feasibility results for its Whabouchi project." (5/21/14) Nemaska Lithium Inc. - Arie Papernick, Secutor Capital Management Corp. Moreá>

"CCE is one of the most advanced REE juniors in regards to metallurgy, which in the REE space is everything." (4/28/14) Commerce Resources Corp. - Arie Papernick, Secutor Capital Management Corp. Moreá>

"ICG is exploring its Lamaque property, which features high-grade plugs with really good grade continuity." (4/9/13) Integra Gold Corp. - The Metals Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"GRO is a terrific alternative investment vehicle to provide non-dilutive, hard-dollar financings for exploration companies." (4/9/13) Gold Royalties Corp. - The Metals Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"SAS has a strong balance sheet and is well positioned to take advantage of the current market climate." (4/9/13) St Andrew Goldfields Ltd. - The Metals Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"We're seeing a few successes in the uranium space, namely FIS." (4/9/13) Fission Energy Corp. - The Metals Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"PNP is managed by Sheldon Inwentash, a seasoned professional." (9/5/12) Pinetree Capital Ltd. - The Gold Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"GCU is enjoying really good stock pops." (9/5/12) Gold Canyon Resources Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

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"DNI is applying oil sands infrastructure to bulk metal mining, instead of starting from scratch." (9/5/12) DNI Metals Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"BAR saw its stock rise dramatically from its Martiniere discovery." (9/5/12) Balmoral Resources Ltd. - The Gold Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

"ARW is a well-managed, fast-growing company." (9/5/12) Aroway Energy Inc. - The Gold Report Interview with Arie Papernick Moreá>

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