Kinross Gold Corp. Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
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Description of the company
Kinross Gold Corporation was initially created in May 1993 by the amalgamation of CMP Resources Ltd., Plexus Resources Corporation, and 1021105 Ontario Corp. In December 2000, Kinross amalgamated with LT Acquisition Inc.; in January 2005, Kinross amalgamated with its wholly-owned subsidiary, TVX Gold Inc. (“TVX”); in January 2006, it amalgamated with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Echo Bay Mines Ltd. (“Echo Bay”); and in January 2011, it amalgamated with Underworld Resources Inc. Kinross is the continuing entity resulting from these amalgamations. Kinross is governed by the Business Corporations Act (Ontario) and its registered and principal offices are located at 25 York Street, 17th Floor, Toronto, Ontario, M5J 2V5.
Each of Kinross’ mining operations is a separate business unit. Operations outside of the United States are overseen by a Regional Vice-President employed by the applicable foreign subsidiary, who reports to the Company’s Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer. Operations in the United States are overseen directly by the Company’s Senior Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer. Exploration strategies, corporate financing, tax, additional technical support services, hedging and acquisition strategies are managed centrally. Execution of site/regional operations and exploration strategies is managed locally. Kinross’ risk management programs are subject to overview by its Audit and Risk Committee and the Board of Directors.
A significant portion of Kinross’ business is carried on through subsidiaries. A chart showing the names of the significant subsidiaries of Kinross, as of December 31, 2016, is set out below. All subsidiaries are 100% owned (directly or indirectly) unless otherwise noted.