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Join NY SME for its second Thought Leaders in Mining event on Wednesday September 29, 2021. Sustainably Funding the Global Mineral Supply Chain: How to Succeed. What are Leaders Doing? What is the Impact on Key Minerals? What Lessons Can be Learned? 

View the agenda here. Register at no cost here for updates and to view this event. 

This event will seek to answer key questions and address topics that industry leaders, miners, board room members, investors and financiers want to know about financing global mining supply chains sustainably.

Are you expanding or looking to invest in, sell or acquire mining assets? What is the proper amount of disclosure? Which jurisdictions are best? What are project managers, advisors and investors looking for and doing?

NY SME thanks Rio Tinto Plc, as Lead Sponsor and the other Sponsors: Dassault Systèmes and Government of Quebec; and Great Bear Resources Ltd and HATCH Consulting and RESPEC Consulting and Shearman & Sterling LLP and SRK Consulting

Hear these and other related topics discussed, by leading subject matter experts and industry leaders from Benchmark Mineral Intelligence; Corem; Dassault Systèmes; Eagle Mines Management; General Motors Corp.; Government of Quebec; Great Bear Resources; HATCH Consulting; Hecla Mining Company; ING Capital; Resources Quebec; RESPEC Consulting; Rio Tinto Plc; Shearman & Sterling; Société du Plan Nord; SOQUEM Inc.; SRK Consulting; Standard & Poor's Global Ratings; Wheaton Precious Metals and others. Register here.

Also save the dates May 16 - 20, 2022 for CTMF 2022. Revisit the CTMF website for updates. If you would like to participate, be a speaker and or sponsor of NY SME's 8th annual Current Trends in Mining Finance (CTMF) Conference please submit your expressions of interest to info@smeny.org or timalch@gmail.com. We hope to see you in New York in May 2022

*You are also welcome to view on-demand NY SME's December 8, 2020 Thought Leaders in Mining event Strengthening Critical Minerals Supply Chains in North America: The Key Role of Québec that featured more than 30 subject matter experts who discussed demand and supply trends and factors and policies impacting critical mineral supply chains, including copper, lithium, nickel, cobalt, graphite, and more.

The event was attended by many, including investors, consumers, operators, stakeholders, materials, mining and metals analysts, and supply chain managers interested in EVs, autos, transportation, batteries, energy storage, alternative energy, renewables.
View on demand now at no cost.  

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