Iamgold Corporation
Traded as TSX: IMG
Industry Gold Mines
Founded 1991 as International African Mining Gold Corporation
Founder Mark Nathanson and William Pugliese
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Key people
Donald K. Charter Chairman and Director
Stephen Letwin, President and CEO
Gordon Stothart, Executive Vice President and COO
Carol Banducci, Executive Vice President and CFO
Number of employees
5,600 (2008)[1]
Website www.iamgold.com

Iamgold Corporation is a Toronto-based international gold producer. The company is engaged in the exploration, development, and production of mineral resource properties throughout the world.


IAMGOLD has an annual production of approximately 800,000 ounces of gold from operations in North America, South America, and West Africa.


The following mines provide attributable gold production to the company:

2016 Exploration and Development Projects

The Company is exploring and progressing feasibility studies on a number of options. Projects of note include, but are not limited to:

At the end of 2014, IAMGOLD held an 86% interest in Euro Ressources, a French corporation, which in turn held a royalty on IAMGOLD's Rosebel mine, and 14% of Colombus Gold's outstanding shares. Colombus Gold is focused on the development of the Montagne d'Or Gold Deposit, located on the Paul Isnard concession in French Guiana, which hosts an NI43-101 in-pit gold resource of 3.9 million ounces at approximately 1.5 g/t.

Past Mines (Divested and Closed)

IAMGOLD and its predecessor companies have existed since 1986. Notable divested and closed mines from IAMGOLD and its predecessor companies include:

Recent history

Stephen Letwin was appointed President and Chief Executive Officer of Iamgold on November 1, 2010. Letwin held executive positions at Enbridge Inc., TransCanada Energy and TransCanada Pipelines prior to joining Iamgold. He is a certified general accountant and a member of the Certified General Accountants of Ontario. He holds an MBA from the University of Windsor and is a graduate of the Harvard Advanced Management Program.[3]

The company announced on January 23, 2013, that it is reducing exploration activity in Mali as a result of events in this country. This is not expected to impact production at the two mines in Mali where the company holdes an operating interest.[4]


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