FNV Franco-Nevada Corp
About Franco-Nevada Corp
The organisation that was to become the Franco-Nevada Corporation (FNV) was established in 1983. It was then named the Franco-Nevada Mining Corporation Limited and was launched with an initial capitalisation of $2m. In 2002 the original company was acquired by Newmont Mining for $2.5bn. Franco-Nevada Corp is headquartered in Toronto, and is now a leading gold-focused royalty and gold streaming company, owning an extensive, diverse portfolio of cash-generating assets. The company is debt-free, allowing it to use its free cash flow to expand its portfolio and to pay dividends to stockholders. The exchange symbol for the Franco-Nevada Corporation is FNV, and the shares are listed on the NYSE and the Toronto Stock Exchange. Since 2015, the FNV share price has grown from $44.10 in August 2015 to a high of $159.85 in July 2020. Franco-Nevada puts a strong emphasis on minimising risk. It pays regular dividends and maintains a strong balance sheet through a range of assets that includes gold and gold equivalents around the globe, energy assets and other mining investments. The company maintains a focus on precious metals while also diversifying by commodity, geography and revenue type. The company paid an increased dividend in 2019 for the twelfth consecutive year. Consider diversifying your eToro portfolio by investing in FNV stock today.Show More
Toronto, Ontario, US
Paul J. Brink
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