Tag: Ernst & Young

Blog: Ian Henderson, Ivanhoe Mines, First Quantum Minerals, Investec and Nick Clarke Among Winners at Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards

Blog: Ian Henderson, Ivanhoe Mines, First Quantum Minerals, Investec and Nick Clarke Among Winners at Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards

Ian Henderson, First Quantum, Ivanhoe Mines and Nick Clarke from Central Asia Metals were amongst those to receive accolades at the prestigious Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards last Wednesday, held during the Mines and Money London Gala Dinner. The top dogs from across the mining and investment worlds came together to recognise and reward their […]

By December 12, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
11 Things Mining Companies Should Focus on to Increase Their Chances of Attracting Investment

11 Things Mining Companies Should Focus on to Increase Their Chances of Attracting Investment

It’s no secret that the past twelve months have presented a challenging capital raising environment for the mining industry. Traditional debt and equity markets declined amidst a risk-averse investor sentiment and while new sources of capital emerged to fill the gaps, it remained a competitive time for mining companies seeking investment. Many investors however recognise […]

By March 6, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Report: Mergers, Acquisitions and Capital Raising in Mining and Metals by Ernst & Young

Report: Mergers, Acquisitions and Capital Raising in Mining and Metals by Ernst & Young

This extensive report was produced by E&Y and provides a review of mergers, acquisitions and capital raising during 2012 as well as a projection of how the sector will fare in 2013. Observations 2012 Volatility throughout the year caused risk aversion in the markets This risk aversion caused a limitation of capital raising options Mergers and […]

By February 28, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Q&A with Lee Downham, Global Mining & Metals Transactions Leader, Ernst & Young

Q&A with Lee Downham, Global Mining & Metals Transactions Leader, Ernst & Young

We caught up with Lee Downham from Ernst & Young at Mines and Money London to discuss the outlook for mining finance in 2013 and what factors best position a mining project to attract investment. Watch this Interview as a Video M&M: How has the mining finance space evolved in 2012? And where will funding […]

By January 14, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Video: Why Do You Attend Mines and Money?

Video: Why Do You Attend Mines and Money?

We asked 6 Investors, 4 Miners, 3 Finance Consultants and 1 Engineering Firm to explain why they attend Mines and Money London. Watch the video to see what they said. If you’d like to find out more about attending Mines and Money London in 2013, download the draft agenda, visit the website or email our […]

By January 8, 2013 0 Comments Read More →
Video: Trends in Mining Finance & Transactions with Lee Downham, Ernst & Young

Video: Trends in Mining Finance & Transactions with Lee Downham, Ernst & Young

We spoke to Lee Downham, Global Mining & Metals Transaction Leader at Ernst & Young during Mines and Money London to discuss where mining finance will come from in 2013, what factors make a project attractive to investors in the current environment and how location affects a project’s investment prospects. Questions (0.08) How has the […]

By December 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Video: Is Competition for Investment Softening the Risk of Resource Nationalism?

Video: Is Competition for Investment Softening the Risk of Resource Nationalism?

Competition for funding could play a part in the softening of resource nationalism and drive more mining investment in previously high-risk countries, says Lee Downham from Ernst & Young. Speaking to minesandmoney.com during Mines and Money London (full interview here), he said there could be a relaxation of government policy in higher-risk jurisdictions in order […]

By December 17, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Video: 3 Types of Mining Finance You’ll See More of in 2013 – with Lee Downham, Ernst & Young

Video: 3 Types of Mining Finance You’ll See More of in 2013 – with Lee Downham, Ernst & Young

Lee Downham, Global Mining and Metals Transactions Leader at Ernst & Young spoke to us at Mines and Money London (full interview here) to reflect on mining finance trends in 2012 and predict how we’ll see things unfold in 2013. During a year that saw a squeeze on funding from traditional sources, the industry became […]

By December 14, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Blog: David Lowell, Ivanplats and Glencore Honoured at Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards

Blog: David Lowell, Ivanplats and Glencore Honoured at Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards

Robert Friedland’s Ivanplats, Glencore and David Lowell were amongst the winners honoured at the Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards last week in London. Hundreds attended a glittering gala dinner and ceremony at the HAC Artillery Gardens following the completion of the second day of Mines and Money London. Awards were presented to winners in seven […]

By December 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards & Gala Dinner at Mines and Money London 2012

Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards & Gala Dinner at Mines and Money London 2012

Photo Gallery of the Mining Journal Outstanding Achievement Awards 2012 at Mines and Money London 2012. Winners included David Lowell, Glencore and Robert Friedland’s Ivanplats

By December 10, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Blog: Highlights from Day 2 at Mines and Money London

Blog: Highlights from Day 2 at Mines and Money London

The funding landscape for mining projects is changing. That was the key message of many of the keynote presentations yesterday during Day 2 of Mines and Money London. With debt and equity markets squeezed, alternative funding methods are on the rise. Nolan Watson from Sandstorm Gold and Sandstorm Metals & Energy went as far as […]

By December 6, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Photos: Day 2 at Mines and Money London 2012

Photos: Day 2 at Mines and Money London 2012

Photos from Day 2 at Mines and Money London. Featuring keynotes: Mark Bristow, Nolan Watson and Lee Downham

By December 6, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Report: Ernst & Young Mining Eye Q3 2012

Report: Ernst & Young Mining Eye Q3 2012

This quarterly publication from Ernst & Young monitors the performance of AIM mining companies. Despite some reprise this quarter from strengthening commodity prices and better data out of China and the USA, junior miners are still struggling to raise capital. Investor risk-aversion and miners’ reluctance to dilute shareholder value are key factors behind this continued […]

By November 22, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Report: Mergers, acquisitions and capital raising in the mining and metals sector — 1H 2012

Report: Mergers, acquisitions and capital raising in the mining and metals sector — 1H 2012

Market conditions – including softened commodity prices, economic volatility and risk-averse lenders – are forcing mining companies to rethink and reconsider their future growth strategies. Will ‘build’ or ‘buy’ be the primary approach? And through which methods will mining companies source capital to invest in new projects? This report by Ernst & Young examines merger […]

By November 14, 2012 0 Comments Read More →
Report: Business Risks Facing Mining and Metals 2012–2013

Report: Business Risks Facing Mining and Metals 2012–2013

This report by Ernst & Young answers the question: What are the biggest risks facing the mining and metals sector? In the number one position sits resource nationalism, retaining the top spot from last year’s report. Read the report for full analysis and ranking of the top ten risks, from access to capital and infrastructure […]

By November 13, 2012 0 Comments Read More →