We have a Countercyclical investment strategy to identify high quality projects.


In FUNDING THE NEXT GENERATION OF MINES, Wyloo Metals Seeks to minimise risk by investing in sustainable businesses.

We are collaborative investors, offering a range of funding solutions and ongoing support. Our founders have an unrivalled track record of rapidly-commercialising large scale projects, with an entrenched network in mining and commodity markets.

Our investments strategy is underpinned by:

  1. Country: We operate in regions of past experience and avoid areas of political instability.
  2. Stage: We consider opportunities from exploration projects through to producing assets.
  3. Commodities: We have identified a number of core commodity thematics, with long-term pricing support and strategically review commodities with new use cases.
  4. Structure: We have the ability to invest across the capital structure, including equity, royalties, convertible debt, and bridge loans.
  5. Ownership: We are an active investor and recognises the importance of empowering management teams. We favour substantial ownership positions.


Wyloo Metals investments include:

Ring of Fire Metals



Ring of Fire Metals (RoF Metals) holds the most important mineral deposits in the Ring of Fire region located in Northern Ontario, Canada. RoF Metals is committed to responsibly developing critical minerals, such as nickel, copper, cobalt, platinum and palladium that are needed to support the transition to a low-carbon future. Ring of Fire Metals is wholly-owned by Wyloo Metals.

For more information about Ring of Fire Metals, please click here.

Mincor Resources

Western Australia


Mincor Resources is a nickel sulphide developer and explorer with assets in Kambalda and Widgiemooltha, Western Australia. The Company is focused on re-establishing high grade nickel production through an integrated mine restart plan underpinned by an offtake agreement with BHP’s Nickel West Kambalda Concentrator.

For more information about Mincor Resouces, please click here.

Greatland Gold

Western Australia


Greatland Gold is a mining development and exploration company focussed primarily on precious and base metals. The Company’s flagship asset is the world-class Havieron copper-gold deposit in the Paterson region of Western Australia, discovered by Greatland and presently under development in Joint Venture with Newcrest Mining.

For more information about Greatland Gold, please click here.

Hastings Technology Metals Limited

Western Australia


Hastings Technology Metals is an Australian rare earths company positioned to become a leading producer of neodymium and praseodymium concentrate supplying the growing demand for technology metals, specifically the permanent magnets market.

For more information about Hastings Technology Metals, please click here.

Queen’s Road Capital Metals & Mining LIC

Queen’s Road Capital (QRC) is a leading financier to the global resource sector. The Company acquires and holds securities for both long-term capital appreciation and short-term gains, with a focus on convertible debt funding solutions. QRC invests in resource projects located in safe jurisdictions that are already producing or in advanced development. 

For more information about Queens Road, please click here.

Responsible investors

We recognise our duty to act responsibly and in the best interests of all stakeholders. We believe that a high standard of business conduct and a responsible approach to environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors are core to a sustainable business model.

Wyloo Metals understands the inherent risks associated with mining so includes all ESG matters as part of its integrated due diligence process and on-going portfolio management, underpinned by the broader policies of Tattarang. 

Wyloo Metals has also established a framework for responsible investing which extends across our internal organisation, portfolio companies and the broader sector in which we operate.

Externally, we seek to formally encourage all portfolio companies to actively improve the wellbeing of the communities in which they operate.

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