Description of business

The company’s goal is to become a leading antimony metal processing and technology company.  Tri-Star’s principal asset is its 40% share in Strategic & Precious Metals Processing LLC (“SPMP”) which is developing a 20,000 tonne per annum antimony production facility in Sohar, Sultanate of Oman. This project is referred to as the Oman Antimony Roaster Project or OAR.  Tri-Star also owns upstream antimony assets in Canada and Turkey.

Names of directors and responsibilities

Directors page

Role of the Board and Board Committees

The Company supports the concept of an effective board leading and controlling the Company.  The Board is responsible for approving Company policy and strategy. It meets on a regular basis and has a schedule of matters specifically reserved for decision. Procedures are in place for operational management to supply the Board with appropriate and timely information and the Directors are free to seek any further information they consider necessary. All Directors have access to advice from the Company Secretary and independent professional advice at the Company’s expense.

The Board is responsible for maintaining a strong system of internal control to safeguard shareholders’ investments and the Group’s assets and for reviewing its effectiveness.  The system of internal financial control is designed to provide reasonable, but not absolute, assurance against material misstatement or loss.

The Audit Committee, chaired by Jonathan Quirk, meets at least twice a year to consider the integrity of the financial statements of the Company, including its annual and interim accounts, the effectiveness of the Company’s internal controls and risk management systems, auditor reports, and terms of appointment and remuneration for the auditors.

The Remuneration Committee, chaired by Mark Wellesley-Wood, meets at least twice a year and has as its remit the determination and review of, amongst others, the remuneration of executives on the Board and any share incentive plans of the Company.

The Board has considered the need for an internal audit function but has decided the size and complexity of the Group does not justify it at present. However, it will keep this decision under annual review.

Country of incorporation

Tri-Star Resources plc is incorporated in England, with

company registration number:



Registered office:

Suite 31, Second Floor

107 Cheapside

London EC2V 6DN

Exchange Listings

The Company’s shares are traded and quoted on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange. The Company’s shares are not traded or quoted on any other market.

Securities in issue

The Company’s issued share capital consists of 8,470,583,101 ordinary shares of 0.005 pence each.  No ordinary shares are held in treasury.  The number of shares not in public hands is 34.7%.

Directors’ Shareholdings

The holdings of the directors of Tri-Star are as follows:

Director’s shareholding

Ordinary shares held

Percentage of issued share capital

Mark Wellesley-Wood



Guy Eastaugh



Adrian Collins



Emin Eyi



Jonathan Quirk



Substantial shareholdings

Interests in excess of 3% of the issued share capital of the Company are as follows:


Ordinary shares held

Percentage of issued share capital

Emin Eyi



Cemile Eyi



Lynchwood Nominees Limited



Vehbi Eyi



Bank of New York (Nominees) Limited



Platform Securities Nominees Limited

Barclayshare Nominees Limited





Restrictions on the transfer of securities

There are no restrictions on the transfer of securities

Corporate Governance Code

Tri-Star Resources plc is not required to comply with the UK Corporate Governance Code and does not voluntarily apply its full requirements. However, the Company’s corporate governance arrangements do meet many of the requirements that the Board considers most relevant, having consideration of the size, nature and scope of the Company’s activities. These arrangements are disclosed in the Company’s Annual Reports, copies of which can be viewed on this website.

Takeover Code

The Company is subject to the City Code on Takeovers and Mergers, as published by the Panel on Takeovers and Mergers and updated from time to time.