Sector Expert: Pierre Vaillancourt

Laurentian Bank Securities

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Pierre Vaillancourt is director and mining analyst at Laurentian Bank Securities. He has more than 20 years of experience as an analyst and geologist. Pierre worked as a mining analyst at Macquarie capital markets, Orion Securities (where he was also Senior Vice President), Deutsche Bank and HSBC Securities. He also has over 10 years of experience as a geologist, with Noranda and the Geological Survey of Canada and worked in private equity for three years with the Quantum Leap group. Mr. Vaillancourt holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University, a M.Sc. in Geology from The University of Western Ontario, and a B.A. from Amherst College.



Recent Quotes

"We are encouraged by the production at TV's Caribou project, supported by ongoing performance at Santander."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (12/15/16)
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"As a result of the first quarter of commercial production at TV's Caribou mine, most financial metrics nearly doubled QoQ."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (11/22/16)
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"We are encouraged by TV's first quarter of commercial production at Caribou, supported by ongoing strong performance at Santander."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (11/15/16)
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"Steady progress should position TV's Caribou mine to deliver in 2017."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (9/8/16)
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"We are initiating coverage of TV with a Buy rating; it offers the most exposure to zinc, mostly unhedged."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (4/5/16)
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"NMI's Fosterville drill results show promise to increase the resource."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (10/30/15)
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"NGN has an attractive valuation, profitability despite weak gold prices and good future prospects."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Laurentian Bank Securities (8/21/15)
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"We reiterate our Outperform rating for PRB and look for a positive PEA in the fall."

— Pierre Vaillancourt, Macquarie Capital Markets (6/11/14)
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