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Primest Capital (HK) Limited


Primest Capital was founded in 2011 by industrialists, former blue chip senior executives, business developers and transaction specialists. 

We focus on:
- Natural resources, special resources, metals and mining companies
- Companies with ongoing export operations and defensible market positions
- Companies with access to established logistic infrastructure and able to serve customers globally
- Companies where we have absolute control
- Creating tangible and lasting value for all our stakeholders

Senior Management

Gunnar Mansfeld, Partner, Head of Asian Desk

Major Shareholders

Primest Capital Ltd


Chamber Representative:

Gunnar Mansfeld


Primest Capital (HK) Ltd, 1701 Tai Yau Building, 181 Johnston Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong


+852 9105 9035

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