At this year’s Mines and Money London, we once again partnered with Proactive Investors and StockTube to create a broadcast studio amid the hustle and bustle of the exhibition floor and provide a platform for the 200+ global mining companies attending to showcase their projects and future plans. In that series of interviews, Proactive Investors and […]
‘Don’t wait to react to events, position yourself correctly ahead of time’ Grant Williams, CEO, Things That Make You Go Hmmm…
CEO of ‘Things That Make You go Hmmmm…’ and Mines and Money key-note presenter Grant Williams gave us an in-depth idea of his thoughts on the current threats to the global economy, why people are still getting risk wrong, and what he would do if he was in charge… M&M: What should we be most […]
“The market is going through a cleansing process that I believe will be good for the industry longer term”‘ Max Porterfield, CEO and President, Callinex Mines
We had a chat with Max Porterfield, the President, Director and CEO of Callinex Mines, ahead of his appearance at Mines and Money London 2015. Max will be a part of a key-note panel discussion on how Canadian companies are working to secure capital. M&M: Can you tell us a little about your company and […]
Realistic Environmentalist, “Scientist” & Story Teller Gianni Kovacevic had a chat with us ahead of his appearance at Mines and Money London 2015. We asked Gianni a few questions about environmentalism in mining and his thoughts on the future of copper. M&M: Gianni, you coined the term ‘realistic environmentalism’. What does it mean? GK: Being a […]
“Buy low and sell high. It’s very easy to say and very hard to do.” Interview with Ross Beaty, Chairman, Pan American Silver Corp
Ahead of his appearance at Mines and Money London 2015, We caught up with Ross Beaty of Pan American Silver to discuss his thoughts on the current state of the industry, his thoughts for the future, and what makes a great mining CEO. M&M: Ross, you’ve spent many years in the industry. Is this downturn any […]
Dear Colleague, Over the last 13 years Mines and Money London has been around and evolved from a trade show to arguably the UK’s largest mining investment conference. This last year we saw the conference attract 2600 attendees including 1000 investors and 1000 representatives from mining companies ranging from exciting exploration projects to the leading majors. […]
Tony Lofthouse, the chief executive of Thundelarra (ASX:THX), says the Australia-based miner has the funds it needs to carry out its plans. Lofthouse talks about what’s on the agenda next year for the company and the market for junior miners.
Simon Ingram, the chief executive of gold and copper explorer Reservoir Minerals (CVE:RMC), explains the benefits of partnering with other mining groups. Reservoir has joint venture deals in place with the likes of Freeport-McMoran in Serbia.
Tim Coughlin, the chief executive of Tigris Resources, discusses the company’s upcoming flotation on the Toronto Stock Exchange. Coughlin says Tigris has developed a strategy that will help it thrive in an industry which he believes is ‘in reform’.
Nick Mather, executive director at SolGold (LON:SOLG), says the latest data from Cascabel in Ecuador shows the copper-gold project is not a ‘one shot wonder’. Mather says he envisages the work programme for the next year being ‘quicker, more accurate and it will cost us less money’.
Nick Clarke, the chief executive of Central Asia Metals (LON:CAML), explains how the company has been able to return more than $40mln to shareholders in the last two years despite the tough environment for miners. Clarke discusses the company’s low margins and potential acquisition opportunities.
Chris Lewicki from Planetary Resources outlines the logistics and potential for mining asteroids.
Travis Hamilton was at Mines and Money Hong Kong and was kind enough to answer some of our questions about mining finance in Mongolia and the implications for investors.
We spoke to James Passin of Firebird Management about Mongolian mining and the opportunities it presents for investors.
Bert Koth’s presentation at Mines and Money London 2013 examines the life cycle of private equity investments and asks the following key questions, are PE funds able to be long term investors in mining projects? What are the Exits? and How can the mining developer retain control of their project following a PE investment?
Avala Resources Ltd. Is a Canadian-based gold and copper exploration company that holds a dominant land position within and adjacent to the Timok Magmatic Complex (TMC) in the republic of Serbia. Avala is actively exploring a major, north-trending sediment-hosted gold mineralized belt – Timok Gold project.
Panoro Minerals Ltd (PML:TSX-V) is a copper exploration company with a large portfolio of copper and gold exploration projects located in the prolific south central region of Peru. Panoro’s flagship Cotabambas Cu/Au/Ag project and Antilla Cu/Mo project contain indicated and inferred level resources with exploration programs underway and Preliminary Economic Assessments planned for 2014.
St. Augustine Gold & Copper Ltd is developing the world class King-king Copper-Gold Project in the Philippines. King-king is one of the largest undeveloped copper-gold deposits in the world, with a proven and probable reserve of 618 Mt with 4.09B lbs of Cu and 7.85M ounces of contained Au.
Mundoro is a well-funded, Canadian-based, company focused on mineral acquisition, exploration, and development. Our primary focus is advancing properties on the Tethyan Belt in Southeastern Europe which hosts significant Gold-Copper porphyry and related epithermal deposits. Our strong project pipeline is positioned to drive long-term, sustainable growth in order to attain production and shareholder return.
KEFI Minerals (KEFI) is an AIM-quoted exploration company focused on creation of shareholder value through the discovery and development of world-class gold and copper deposits within the Arabian Shield in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.The Company owns 40%, and serves as operator, of the Gold and Minerals Joint Venture with a leading Saudi construction and investment group, ARTAR. Following its listing in late 2006, KEFI Minerals quickly expanded its exploration portfolio and currently holds 4 Exploration Licences and has lodged 19 Licence applications in Saudi Arabia.