Sibanye-Stillwater now the world’s largest primary producer of platinum and rhodium

By | 2020-02-28T07:38:48+00:00 February 28th, 2020|

Sibanye-Stillwater changes NYSE ticker symbol from SBGL to SBSW to highlight new corporate structure and diversified asset mix Johannesburg.

Sibanye-Stillwater will ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today at 16:00 EST / 23:00 CET, to celebrate the change of its ticker symbol from SBGL to SBSW, following an internal restructuring and name change. Image credit: Mining.com

Sibanye-Stillwater will ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today at 16:00 EST / 23:00 CET, to celebrate the change of its ticker symbol from SBGL to SBSW, following an internal restructuring and name change. Image credit: Mining.com

Sibanye-Stillwater (Tickers JSE: SSW and NYSE: SBSW) is pleased to advise that it will ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) today at 16:00 EST / 23:00 CET, to celebrate the change of its ticker symbol from SBGL to SBSW, following an internal restructuring and name change, which was first announced on February 24.

Sibanye-Stillwater, based in South Africa, is now the world’s largest primary producer of platinum and rhodium, the second largest primary producer of palladium, and the third largest producer of gold (on a gold-equivalent basis). It is also a leading global recycler of spent PGM catalytic converter materials.

To mark this transformational moment in the Group’s history, Sibanye-Stillwater executives will today ring the NYSE Closing Bell, which can be viewed here at 16:00 EST time. CEO Neal Froneman said: “We are excited to mark the ongoing transformation of the Group, with the Group Holding company changing from Sibanye Gold Limited to Sibanye-Stillwater Limited and our ADR ticker symbol changing from SBGL to SBSW, which better reflects our integrated company that combines both gold and PGM operations. Together, our focus is to continue to create value for all our stakeholders, including our global employees, and excel in the responsible mining of our mineral resources.”