Sprott Asset Management USA Inc.

Mishka Vom Dorp

Investment Executive

Mishka vom Dorp is committed to analyzing all aspects of the junior resource market in order to identify and target spaces that have been overlooked by the majority of investors. Working closely with Rick Rule, he conducts his own unique form of due diligence for clients paying close attention to entry and exit strategies, overly discounted political risk and the cyclical nature of junior natural resource markets.

Mishka began his career at Global Resource Investments conducting extensive oil and gas research, identifying numerous opportunities at a time when the sector was out of favor; this set the groundwork for a highly contrarian philosophy and investment approach. Mishka is not foreign to overlooked sectors; on behalf of the Swedish government, he led one of the most comprehensive field studies on microfinance applications in India from a company commercialization perspective, identifying factors affecting companies at the pre IPO stage.

Mishka holds an MBA in finance and a BSB in International Business from Umeå School of Business and Economics. He is also a registered representative having completed the Series 7 and Series 63 licensing exams. He welcomes any questions you may have and looks forward to working with you in building and maintaining a portfolio in this sector.

 

Contact:  mvomdorp@sprottglobal.com

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