International Minerals Corporation is engaged in exploring, developing and exploiting its mineral resource properties in South America and the United States. The Company's properties in Peru and the United States include Pallancata Silver Mine, Peru; Inmaculada Gold-Silver Project, Peru; Goldfield Gold Project, Nevada, and Converse Property, Nevada. The Company's Ecuadorian properties consist of the Rio Blanco feasibility-stage gold-silver property and the Gaby gold property. During the fiscal year ended June 30, 2012, production at the Pallancata Mine was approximately 8.2 million ounces of silver and 29,689 ounces of gold. In January 2012, Hochschild Mining pl (Hochschild), its partner, completed a feasibility study on the Inmaculada property, also located in Peru, which is also owned 60% by Hochschild and 40% by the Company. On April 1, 2012, the Company sold its 3% net smelter return (NSR) royalty on production from Ruby Hill gold mine in Nevada.
|Headquarters||Suite 211, 7950 E. Acoma Drive|
SCOTTSDALE, AZ, United States 85260
|President, Chief Executive Officer, Non-Independent Executive Director||Stephen Kay|
|Chief Financial Officer||Scott Brunsdon|
|Vice President - Corporate Development||Nick Appleyard|
|Vice President - Corporate Relations||Paul Durham|
|Vice President - Special Projects||Alan Matthews|
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|Shares Out.||117.6M||Book Value||$2.82|
|Annual Dividend Rate||$0.12||Price/Sales (TTM)||--|
|Ex-Div Date||12/12/12||P/Cash Flow (TTM)||14.7x|
|Pay Date||1/31/13||Operating Margin||--|
*GAAP = prior to non-GAAP analyst adjusted earnings.