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. […]
We last spoke to Ken at our Mines and Money Hong Kong show back in 2014, where he was predicting an uplift in M&A activity for the sector. We caught up with him ahead of his appearance at this year’s event to see what’s changed.
Anthony Desir from Sami African Mineral Solutions speaks at Mines and Money London 2014. Anthony discusses how the Obama Power African Initiative is changing the dynamics of investment and evaluates the Chinese response and the implications for mining investment in that region.
How will Africa and China going toe to toe effect the mining industry? Anthony Desir from Sami African Mineral Solutions gives his thoughts on the current situation. And shares some advice to investors looking to get returns in a downturn market.
‘Hong Kong to be Huge Beneficiary of China’s Liberalisation’ – Interview with Rebecca Brosnan, Managing Director, Head of Asia Commodities, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited
Rebecca Brosnan is Managing Director, Head of Asia Commodities, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited. We caught up with her ahead of her appearance at Mines and Money Hong Kong to find out a bit more about what the exchange does and the Asian mining finance environment.
Presentation slides from Ken Hoffman from Bloomberg’s appearance at Mines and Money Hong Kong
Venture capital panel discussion from Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014
Panellists discuss the growing funding opportunity for mining projects and SOE Chinese outbound investment at Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014
Nev spoke at Mines and Money Hong Kong about Fortescue’s projects and dealing with Chinese demand for bulks.
A time to buy – are we in the early stages of the next bull market?
Video: Keynote, Jim E. Sinclair, CEO and President, Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corp. and Executive Chairman, Singapore Precious Metals Exchange
Jim Sinclair’s keynote at Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014: Bail in – A Western world financial concept
Mr Pan was at Mines and Money Hong Kong to talk about iron ore spot pricing trends and the impact on long term planning for major projects. We caught up with him to get his perspective on Chinese outbound investment and the outlook for the industry going forward.
After delivering his keynote at Mines and Money Hong Kong, Ken was kind enough to give us an interview. He offered his insight on trends for M&A, the price of mines and Bloomberg’s role within the mining industry.
Panel: Chinese outbound investment outlook – Examining China’s further potential to grow as a source of capital for mining projects
Chinese outbound investment discussion at Mines and Money London 2013.
Moderator: Rod Edel, Head of Global Mining Sector, DLA Piper
Joe Zhang, Chairman, China Mezzanine Capital
George Fang, Group Managing Director and Head of Mining and Metals (China), Standard Bank
Biao Chen, Managing Partner, Jingjiang Mining Fund
Pan Goucheng, President and CEO, China Hanking Holdings
China Gold Association (CGA) is incorporated as a nation-wide, unprofitable and autonomic organization, and includes the enterprises of gold exploration, operation, processing, logistics, investment, research institutes, and other institutions having relationship with gold industry. China Gold Congress and Expo will be hosted by CGA on September 10-12, 2014 in Beijing.
Mines and Money Hong Kong is where mining companies from around the world come to raise capital in Asia and meet with investors from Hong Kong and mainland China. Mines and Money Hong Kong 2013 brought together 3000 institutional investors, mining entrepreneurs, brokers, investment analysts and industry professionals for five days of high-value networking, investment […]
Blog: Interview with Ghee Peh, Executive Director, Head of Metals and Mining Research, UBS Securities Asia
Mines and Money spoke with Ghee Peh, Executive Director, Head of Metals and Mining Research, UBS Securities Asia at Mines and Money Beijing 2013 following his presentation. Ghee explained how Chinese resource investors’ past experiences will influence future trends in outbound investment, which commodities he expects Chinese investors will have the most appetite for, what […]
We caught up with Phil Newman, CEO of commodities analyst CRU Strategies at Mines and Money Beijing 2013. Phil gave us his views on what Chinese resource investors have learned from investing in foreign mining assets to date, how they will use these learnings going forward and the growth of Chinese private equity companies. In […]
Following his keynote speech at Mines and Money Beijing 2013, we spoke to Bill Weng of BOCI International Holdings about current Chinese investment concerns in the resources sector. Mr Weng also shared his views on the particularity of the Chinese investor on the global market. Q: I wanted to ask you first: are you expecting […]
Blog: Former Australian Ambassador to China Geoff Raby Muses on Chinese Outbound Mining Investment (Part 2 of 2)
We spoke with former Australian Ambassador to China Geoff Raby, who is now Chairman and CEO of Geoff Raby & Associates, following his keynote presentation at Mines and Money Beijing 2013. In Part 2 of the interview (read Part 1 here), we asked Mr Raby about what changes he has witnessed in the profile of […]