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Beny Steinmetz

Date of Birth: 2/04/1956
Place of Birth: Netanya, Israel


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Miners get bad reviews

The first casualty of the review is likely to be Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR) which claims to have secured mining rights to Blocks 1 and 2 at Simandou for an undisclosed price from the late President General Lansana Conté shortly before his death in December 2008...


Who's who in the Guinea loan saga

He has already said that the Beny Steinmetz Group Resources Vale’s minority partner in the Simandou mine ‘didn’t follow the law’ when it secured the asset under the late military leader General Lansana Conté...


Condé looks East and West

Billionaire financier and philanthropist George Soros Britain’s former Prime Minister Tony Blair Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska and Israeli entrepreneur Beny Steinmetz have all held closed-door talks with Condé over the past year...

Lansana Conté Dadis Camara and Konaté) announced the transfer of exploration rights on blocks 1 and 2 at the vast Simandou iron-ore concession from Rio Tinto to Beny Steinmetz Group Resources...


Office politics

Another Israeli diamond and mining magnate Beny Steinmetz also has interests in Congo-K...


The gamble for Simandou

iron-ore deal in April 2010 and it is the root cause of the Brazilian miner’s ambivalence about staying in Guinea according to people involved in negotiations between the government Vale and Vale’s minority partner Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR)...

BSGR’S biggest shareholder is a family trust of diamond heir Beny Steinmetz...


Feast ore famine

A review of the lease held by the main kimberlite miner the Beny Steinmetz-owned Koidu Holdings Ltd...


Tough questions for Condé

In the final days of the Conté regime an agreement was signed to grant Beny Steinmetz General Resources (BSGR) controlled by the Israeli entrepreneur of the same name a licence to develop Blocks I and II of the vast iron deposits at Mont Simandou...


Brazil’s natural allies

Vale is bidding for a 50% stake in the mine from Israeli entrepreneur Beny Steinmetz himself the beneficiary of a deal signed by the late President Lansana Conté in December 2008...


Doors open, doors close

In April Rio Tinto negotiated the payment of a large penalty and finally accepted the late President Lansana Conte’s decision to revoke two blocks of the Simandou iron ore mine and instead award them to Israeli diamond magnate Beny Steinmetz...


Minding the mines

Condé’s policy statement has not indicated how the government plans to rule on the Simandou iron ore conflict which pits Rio Tinto and Chinalco against Beny Steinmetz Global Resources and Vale...

Before leaving office former Mines and Geology Minister Mahmoud Thiam gave Rio Tinto a February deadline to withdraw from the two blocks that late dictator Lansana Conté had awarded to Beny Steinmetz...


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