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Beny Steinmetz

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


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Condé tests Steinmetz

Beny Steinmetz, the Israeli billionaire whose stake in Guinea's giant Simandou iron ore deposit is in dispute, is having a bad year...

Last month, Beny Steinmetz Group Resources received a letter informing it that the technical panel reviewing mining contracts in Guinea had advised the government to cancel its licence to exploit the northern part of Simandou, Blocks 1 and 2 because the panel had found gross irregularities in the way the firm had obtained the concession in 2008 (AC Vol 54 No 13, Condé takes on Steinmetz)...


New plans for Simandou

The other half of Simandou, Blocks 1 and 2, are controlled by Israeli diamond magnate Beny Steinmetz’s BSG Resources and Brazil’s Vale...


Troubled polls favour Condé

Some local media suggested that his campaign was partly financed by the controversial firm, Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR), which is currently embroiled in a bitter battle with the government over its iron-ore concession at Simandou (AC Vol 54 No 13 Condé takes on Steinmetz)...


Condé takes on Steinmetz

President Alpha Condé has escalated his government's row with Geneva-based Beny Steinmetz Group Resources over the legitimacy of its stake in the Simandou iron ore mine...


The fight for Mount Simandou

At the heart of the fight for Simandou are President Alpha Condé’s government and three international mining houses: Anglo-Australian Rio Tinto, which has a controlling stake in Simandou Blocks 3 and 4, and Beny Steinmetz Group Resources (BSGR) which, together with Brazil’s Vale, control Simandou Blocks 1 and 2...


Beny bites back

Beny Steinmetz, the Israeli mining magnate who has massive investments in Congo-Kinshasa and Guinea, is suing the public relations company FTI Consulting and its Europe Chairman, Lord Mark Malloch-Brown...

Steinmetz appointed FTI as advisor to himself and his firm Beny Steinmetz Group Resources in May 2009...


Shocks and ore bodies

The biggest stand-off is between the government and Beny Steinmetz Group Resources...


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...


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