This year, sessions will explore what miners and investors can expect from the commodity outlook in 2020, a look at how mining companies can work with Chinese investors, and discussions about how miners can speed up the process of taking a mine from exploration, to development to production and start delivering bottom-line profits sooner. You’ll also hear presentations and insights from key names in the mining industry, such as IAMGOLD's Steve Letwin, Zhaojin International Mining's Leo Zhao, and Franco Nevada's Kevin McElligott
M&A Appetite is back. After having undergone a painful period where cash discipline became the key mantra, many miners are now looking to expand again; however internal growth and exploration development is slow.
Gold is back. Since May 2019, the rising price of gold has triggered renewed interest in the yellow metal. And that's not just the case for established gold majors and mid-tiers, but also in exploration juniors as everyone looks for the next 'ten bagger'.
How can the mining industry win over ESG and Generalist investors?
While everyone may disagree on the timelines for adoption, there is universal agreement that demand for battery metals and the minerals that drive electrification is only going one way.
Mining is increasingly looking towards frontier and emerging markets for new opportunities. However, these new ventures are accompanied by a host of new challenges, including permitting risk, resource nationalism, and governments whose mining codes are likely to change with little forewarning.
China's economy is challenged by weak global trade and US-China tensions. How will the US-China conflict evolve?
Explore the agenda to know what to expect from our top industry speakers that will be dealing with topics such as base and bulk metals, battery and energy metals, understanding the chinese mining investment and so much more.