Register today Space is Limited for SME's 5th Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference in NYC April 30 - May 3rd

By Tim Alch posted 04-09-2017 08:49 PM


Register Today, Space is Becoming Limited - There may not be on site registrations - If you want to Attend please Register Today 

For SME's 5th Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference in New York on Sunday April 30 to Wednesday May 3

See the attached 4 page 3 day Schedule with other details including: 

Why Attend CTMF 2017? Who Should and Will Be There?

Meet one-on-one with and hear many leading mining industry executives and experts speak with plenty of time for networking. The event encourages delegates to get questions answered by leading mining and finance experts actively funding and or advising on mining projects around the world at the Sunday Dinner, breakfasts, refreshment breaks, lunches, receptions and four workshops.

The events are focused on the outlook, key market trends and non-technical and technical issues that affect raising capital in the global mining industry Speakers at the conference and workshops will discuss how management and investors can employ best practices and technology to anticipate, track, manage and reduce technical and non-technical risks with mining projects.

Intended for senior mining executives and industry specialists, bankers, financial analysts, investors, portfolio managers, and engineers the CTMF events bring these people together to discuss current trends, issues and a range of topics, solutions, risks and where investment opportunities are.

Who Is Speaking? What is the Schedule?

More than 70 speakers during more than 20 panels, roundtables, several key note speakers and four workshops over the 3 day Agenda will discuss latest trends and issues in global mining finance, including sessions about - and others

  • Bankers’ View of Capital Markets and Mine Financing - multiple panels, round tables including about M&A, Restructurings, etc. as well as about

  • Evaluating, structuring finance and funding of mining companies and projects, including royalties, streaming, debt, project finance, etc.

  • Analysts’ View of Global Metals, Minerals Markets - more than three panels about global metals, mining, steel markets, trends, prices etc.

  • Proposed Changes in Regulations Affecting Mining Finance – multiple panels and experts discussing interpretation, harmonization and managing with

  • Engaging Stakeholders For Success - two panels on Tuesday and other roundtables discussing social license, societal and local economic issues

  • Technology, Smart Data, Innovation - multiple panels, examples and experts using virtual, IoT and equipment to manage cost and risks

  • Best Practices Re: Mineral Reserves and Resources, including discussion of recent proposed changes to Industry Guide 7 in the USA

2 Pre and 2 Post ConferenceWorkshops (click here to learn more) about

  • Reliability of Mineral Resource Estimates

  • Where Do Things Go Wrong in Mining Project Development

  • Understanding the Importance of Using Hedging in a Volatile Price Environment

  • Global Battery Raw Materials Supply Chain and Energy Storage

Several key note speakers - Register to attend today!

Tony O'Neill, Technical Director, Group Management Committee of Anglo American Plc will be presenting a Key Note about Technology and Innovation in Mining in the morning of and a Senior Official from the Government of Quebec will be a Key Note Speaker during lunch on Monday May 1st

Schedule of Events as of 1 April 2017 Check Event Website for Changes of Time, Content, Location

Meet Banking, Investment, Mining & Advisory Professionals Working Worldwide 

Meet with and hear many experts, advisers and mining executives speak about how to evaluate technical and non-technical issues and drivers on funding and investments in mining projects around the world, including from these financial, banking, and investment firms: Citibank; BNP Paribas; Commonwealth Bank of Australia; CPM Group; Export Import Bank of the United States; Ernst & Young; Ressources Quebec; ING Capital; Northcott Capital; Resource Capital Funds; Appian Capital Advisory; Headwaters; Duff & Phelps; Macquarie Bank; the International Finance Corporation; Red Cloud Klondike Strike; UBS; Riverside Resources; Lind Partners; Noah's Rule; Electrum Group; Investissement Quebec; National Bank Financial; and others.

Talk with senior officers, engineers and experts who advise, evaluate and de-risk technical and non-technical issues of funding, development and management of mining and exploration projects from: ERM; EY; Blake Cassels and Graydon; Shearman & Sterling; Agapito Associates; RPA Roscoe Postle Associates; DRTP Consulting; Holland & Hart; Bloomberg Intelligence; Collins Barrow; SRK Consulting; Baker McKenzie; Dassault Systemes; McKinsey; AMEC Foster Wheeler; IPA Independent Project Analysis; IMC Independent Mining Consultants; Behre Dolbear; Hatch Ltd; John T. Boyd; Ramboll Environ; HDR; Ammonite Resources; Tory's; EnviroSuite; Maptek; Columbia University; Colorado School of Mines; McGill University; University of Queensland; University of Utah; Golder Associates; Baker Tilley; Goodmans; CRU Group; and others.

Join many executives, directors, officers and representatives from these mining and exploration firms Largo Resources; Nemaska Lithium Inc.; Largo Resources Ltd.; NioCorp; Victoria Gold; Newmont Mining Corp.; Hecla Mining Company; Panoro Minerals Ltd.; NovaGold Resources; Torex Gold Resources; BlackRock Metals; Electrum Group; Glencore; Freeport McMoRan; Pure Energy Minerals.; Anglo American; Sirios Resources Inc.; BQ Energy; Commerce Resources Corp.; Sphinx Resources; Coeur Mining; GeoMega Kintavar; Nouveau Monde Graphite; Metalla Royalty & Streaming Ltd.; Finley Mining, Agricola Metals; Kiewit Corp.; NeoMetals; Rio Tinto; Lithium Corp.; Matamec Explorations; Resource Capital Funds; Western Uranium and others.

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