Open Orphan, Salt Lake Potash, Cadence Minerals & Paul Hill
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
12:37, 4th May 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Open Orphan, Salt Lake Potash, Cadence Minerals & Paul Hill

Cathal Friel, Executive Chairman of Open Orphan (ORPH) talks about the major new contract they've signed with a US biotechnology company.

Open Orphan is a rapidly growing specialist CRO pharmaceutical services company which has a focus on orphan drugs and is a world leader in the provision of virology and vaccine challenge study services and viral laboratory services.


Tony Swiericzuk CEO of Salt Lake Potash (SO4) FOLLOW covers some of the highlights from its quarterly report including the completion of their Lake Way Village.

Salt Lake Potash plans to build the most sustainable, most rewarding fertiliser project in the world by developing organic Sulphate of Potash (SOP) from the Goldfields Salt Lakes which are nine lakes totalling over 3,300km² of playa surface ideal for trench extractions in Western Australia.

(Interview starts at 10 minutes 22 seconds)


Kiran Morzaria CEO of Cadence Minerals (KDNC) FOLLOW provides an update on operations at their Amapá project.

Cadence is a global investor and cornerstone partner in the discovery and development of lithium and iron ore deposits that will fuel our greener tomorrow.

(Interview starts at 24 minutes 40 seconds)


Paul Hill, full time investor and equity analyst give his view on the market and what he's been buying and selling.

(Interview starts at 34 minutes 39 seconds)  

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