Sunday Roast featuring Paul Atherley, Non-Executive Chairman of Alkemy Capital Investments PLC #ALK #SYNT #VRS #ARCM #JLP #GGP #CGNR #TM1 #POW #GMET #UEE #BZT #KDR #KEN #AFP #GLR #XTR

Season 7, Episode 26,   Mar 17, 11:45 AM

This week's Sunday Roast shines a spotlight on Alkemy Capital Investments PLC, a visionary company embarking on ambitious projects critical for powering the global battery industry. With its shares making waves on the London and Frankfurt Stock Exchanges, Alkemy's strategic venture into mineral processing refineries in the UK represents a significant leap towards meeting the increasing demand for battery-grade materials. The episode features an exclusive conversation with Paul Atherley, a distinguished figure in the resources sector with a wealth of international and capital markets experience. At the forefront of Alkemy's innovative approach is the Tees Valley Lithium project, set to establish the UK's largest independent lithium refinery within the strategic Teesside Freeport. Atherley discusses Alkemy's unique economic model, which promises stability and attractive returns for investors by focusing on processing fees rather than the volatile lithium market. In addition to the enlightening discussion with Paul Atherley, this episode also includes a comprehensive round-up of the latest news stories dominating the headlines this week, alongside an analysis of the market movers and shakers, providing a complete overview of the current financial landscape.

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