Digbee is winning banner clients with its new technically-focussed bespoke mining research

  • Bespoke research for high level clients
  • Broad base of analysts at its disposal
  • Decades of mining industry experience

What does Digbee do?

Digbee provides bespoke and independent technical research on mining projects.

Digbees expert team of analysts run the numbers for themselves, free of any direct financial or economic pressures or inducement from the companies involved in the development of any given project, and produce a project risk profile based on a bespoke rating system.

At a certain point, effective due diligence will always require a site visit. But thats by no means the case at every stage of the investment cycle.

Geologists can quite easily crunch the data provided by the drill core in models created on their own desktops. Processing techniques likewise can be assessed in an independent environment, as can engineering studies. None of this necessarily needs boots on the ground, but with due diligence requirements going up and cost pressures a constant, Digbee is beginning to build out a nice little niche into a major feature in the mining investment landscape.

What does it own?

The key entry point into the world of Digbee research is the website

Hows it doing?

Demand for the reports has been high, partly because the constantly changing regulatory landscape means that independent research is now extremely thin on the ground, and partly because Digbees roster of professionals and its network of connections is second to none.

The company has already completed several reports, with many more in the pipeline.

Whats perhaps more impressive than the demand-level itself is the calibre of the customer.

Global fund managers are using the product to help with due diligence.

“Weve also done reports for a specialist gold fund, and one of the private equity groups is going to use us for their smaller deals,” says Digbee founder Jamie Strauss.

“There are 320 new economic studies typically in the mining industry every year,” says Strauss, “but last year it colRead More – Source