Daniel Earle

Executive in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Daniel Earle is the President, CEO and a Director of Solaris Resources Inc. Solaris is advancing a portfolio of copper and gold assets in the Americas, which includes:a high-grade resource with expansion and additional discovery potential at the Warintza copper and gold project in Ecuador; discovery potential on the grass-roots Tamarugo project in Chile and Capricho and Paco Orco projects in Peru; exposure to US$130M spending / 5-yrs through a farm-out agreement with Freeport-McMoRan on the Ricardo Project in Chile; and significant leverage to increasing copper prices through the 60%-interest in the development-stage La Verde joint-venture project with Teck Resources in Mexico.

Mr. Earle served as a Vice President and Director at TD Securities Inc., where he covered companies in the precious and base metals sectors as an equity research analyst for over 12 years. During that time, he established himself as a leading authority on exploration and development stage projects, recommending a string of companies that delivered outsize returns to shareholders and were acquired by seniors, including Aquiline, Comaplex, Andean, Ventana Gold, Extorre, Augusta, Osisko, Lake Shore Gold, Exeter, New Castle, Richmont Mines,Arizona Mining, Detour Gold and Continental Gold.

Before working in the mining capital markets, Mr. Earle worked as a senior executive for several Canadian and U.S. public mineral and mining exploration companies active in Asia and Africa. During this time, he raised funds for project evaluation, completed due diligence on over 180 precious and base metals projects, acquired multiple projects and facilitated with the permitting authorities of an exploration program on a grass-roots land package that resulted in a high-grade gold discovery.

Daniel is a graduate and scholar of the Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program at the University of Toronto.

  • Work
    • TD Securities Inc.
  • Education
    • University of Toronto
    • Lassonde Mineral Engineering Program