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Yamana Gold

Yamana Gold Inc.
Public
Traded as TSX: YRI
NYSE: AUY
S&P/TSX 60 component
Industry Gold Ores
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Key people
Peter Marrone
Number of employees
9,300 [1]
Website www.yamana.com

Yamana Gold Inc. is a Canadian-based gold producer that began operations in 2003 with significant gold production, gold development stage properties, exploration properties, and land positions in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Mexico and Colombia.[2]

Yamana added several mining properties with the purchase of other gold companies in 2005, 2006 and 2007, namely Viceroy, Desert Sun, RNC Gold, Northern Orion and Meridian Gold. The company’s portfolio includes: (i) seven operating gold mines, namely Chapada, El Peñón, Jacobina, Gualcamayo, Minera Florida, Fazenda Brasileiro and a 12.5% indirect interest in the Alumbrera mine, and (ii) various advanced and near development stage projects and exploration properties in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia.

The principal corporate members of Yamana Gold are:

  • Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Peter Marrone[2][3]
  • President and Chief Operating Officer, Ludovico Costa[2]
  • Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Finance, Charles B. Main[2]


Contents

  • Mining operations 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Mining operations

  • Brazil
    • Fazenda Brasileiro
    • Chapada
    • Jacobina
    • Ernesto Pau a Pique
    • C1 Santaluz
    • Pilar de Goiás
  • Chile
    • El Penon
    • Minera Florida
  • Argentina
    • Gualcamayo
    • Alumbrera (12.5% indirect interest)
    • Cerro Moro (Construction)
  • Mexico
    • Mercedes

See also

References

  1. ^ "Company Profile for Yamana Gold Inc (AUY)". Retrieved 2008-10-10. 
  2. ^ a b c d "Yamana Gold Inc (YRI.TO)".  
  3. ^ http://www.yamana.com/Company/Management/PeterMarrone/default.aspx

External links

  • Yamana Gold official website
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