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ESG Commitment

AMG has approved the building of a Vanadium Electrolyte plant in Nuremberg, Germany. Highly purified vanadium products are needed for the vanadium redox flow battery market as well as for the battery Hybrid Energy Storage System. With its strategic investment, AMG enables energy efficiency and CO2 reduction for industrial operations. Read more

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Commercial Access

To serve the growing cathode material market, AMG is building Europe’s first lithium refinery in Bitterfeld, Germany. Production of battery-grade lithium hydroxide will begin in the fourth quarter of 2023 and expand to 100 kMT per year. Read more

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Technical Expertise

The engineering team of AMG is driving success: the new vanadium spent catalyst recycling facility in Zanesville, Ohio, which started operating in October 2022, is a clear manifestation of AMG’s industry leadership in the recycling of hazardous refinery waste globally. Read more


Quarterly Results

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Low-Cost Lithium Operations Drive AMG to Record-Setting Full Year Earnings
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Investor Presentation

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Fourth Quarter 2022 Financial Statements

Our Sustainable Approach

AMG is committed to minimizing its overall impact on the environment while encouraging its business units to continue progressing innovative CO2 reduction enabling technologies.

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Analyst Coverage

Company Analyst
ABN AMRO Martijn den Drijver
Bank of America Merrill Lynch Jason Fairclough
Berenberg Charles Rothbarth
Citi Ephrem Ravi
Degroof Petercam Frank Claassen
IEX Group & Co. Paul Weeteling
ING Stijn Demeester
Jefferies Alan Spence
Kempen & Co. Henk Veerman

Dividend History

In August 2015, AMG announced that it would introduce dividend payments to shareholders. Consistent with AMG’s Corporate Strategy, the company will continue to retain a portion of future earnings to improve the strength of its balance sheet and finance the development and expansion of its business. The policy reflects AMG’s strong balance sheet liquidity, as well as the Board’s confidence in our long-term ability to generate solid cash flow.

Given that AMG has cyclical elements in its product mix and that it desires to have a relatively consistent dividend pay-out, the revised policy will allow for stable dividend pay-outs and target gradual increases to historic dividend levels, provided that such pay-outs and possible increases are supported by AMG’s liquidity and cash flow generation, and subject to prevailing statutory requirements.