Subsidy Tracker Parent Company Summary

Parent Company Name: 
Coeur Mining
Ownership Structure: 
publicly traded (ticker symbol CDE)
Headquartered in: 
Illinois
Major Industry: 
mining and minerals
Specific Industry: 
mining
Subsidy SummarySubsidy ValueNumber of Awards
State/Local$1,839,8553
Federal (grants and allocated tax credits)$25,5511
TOTAL$1,865,4064
Loan / Bailout SummaryTotal Face ValueNumber of Awards
State/Local loans, bond financing and venture capital$00
Federal loans, loan guarantees and bailout assistance (not including repayments)$00
TOTAL$00
Time Period for State and Local Awards: 

Earliest year of data: 2014. Availability of data for earlier years varies greatly from program to program. The majority of the listings for this parent company are for the period since 2015.

Time Period for Federal Awards: 

FY2000 to the present

Notes: 

The penalty dollar total above is adjusted to account for the fact that the list of entries below may include both agency records and settlement announcements for the same case. Dollar totals do not include awards for which no subsidy value is disclosed.

Associated Names: 

COEUR MINIMG; COEUR MINING F / K / ACOEUR D ALENE MINES CORPO; COEUR ROCHESTER

Links: 

For a summary of this company's regulatory violations see its Violation Tracker summary page here.


Top 5 States for state/local awardsTotal Subsidy $Number of Awards
Illinois$1,839,8553

Individual Subsidy Records:

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Company Location Subsidy Source Year Subsidy Valuesort icon Loan/Bailout Value Type of Subsidy
Coeur Mining, Inc. f/k/aCoeur d' Alene Mines Corpo Illinois state 2016 $663,948 tax credit/rebate
Coeur Mining, Inc. f/k/aCoeur d' Alene Mines Corpo Illinois state 2014 $647,152 tax credit/rebate
Coeur Mining Illinois state 2015 $528,755 tax credit/rebate
COEUR ROCHESTER INC United States federal 2003 $25,551 federal grant
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