Global Mining Finance Conference London
The TMX Group sponsored conference was opened by Rosario Orchard of Antofagasta PLC, and featured several interesting and diverse mining companies from explorers through to producers. The conference was packed from the opening onwards.
The Keynote speech was delivered by Graham Dallas, Head of Business Development EMEA for the TMX Group, and industry expert.
As an investor I have always preferred the single presentation mining conference where the entire audience hears the presentation, and then the speakers are available during the breaks and lunch to answer specific questions from people that found their presentation of interest.
Sadly, most conferences have changed to the one to one meeting style, meaning that despite there being, say, 250 investors and 120 companies, there is a natural limit of around 10 meetings per day that can reasonably take place, meaning that majority of the companies fail to engage with most of the investors.
GMF’s niche is they have retained the original one presentation to the entire audience format, meaning all the companies engage with all the investors, in a single presentation. It may be old fashioned, but it’s effective.
The packed room at this conference suggests they’re a lot of people that prefer this format, and the networking sessions were particularly vibrant.
Global Mining Finance Spring Conference London, April 2023
The TMX Group sponsored conference was full to capacity to hear the opening presentation by Rosario Orchard of Antofagasta PLC, with a presentation “Developing Mining for a Better Future“.
Brian Hall of Nevada based Great Western Mining spoke about their gold, silver, and copper project.
Rockfire Resources’ CEO David Price followed with a presentation on the minerals he is focusing on for sustainable energy and a high tech future.
Alex Walker closed out the session by presenting East Star Resources, and their multiple projects in Kazakstan, covering gold, copper, and rare earth elements.
The 2nd session was opened by Amanda Van Dyke, MD of Arch Emerging Markets Partners, who asked whether “political turmoil means we are facing a long term metals defecit?”
Anglo Asian Mining were represented by their CFO Bill Morgan, who spoke about gold, silver, and copper production in Azerbaijan.
The closing keynote speech was delivered by Graham Dallas, Head of Business Development EMEA for the Toronto and Venture Stock Exchanges, and an industry expert.
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