Franco-Nevada is the world’s leading gold-focused royalty and streaming company. With a market capitalisation of over US$7 billion and headquartered in Canada, its shares are traded on the Toronto and New York stock exchanges. Ranking among the largest gold companies in the world by market value, Franco-Nevada’s business model provides investors with commodity price and exploration optionality.
The Company has a history dating back to the 1980s, and in 2001 was part of a three-way merger between Newmont Mining and Normandy Mining. In 2007, Newmont sold its royalty business through the IPO of the new Franco-Nevada. David Harquail, served as a senior executive in both the original Franco-Nevada and at Newmont. He has been CEO of the new Franco-Nevada since its IPO.