Mining Investment China - Miners/Smelters/Steel Producers ( Beijing, China - November 7-8, 2018)

  • ID: 4450970
  • Conference
  • Location: Beijing, China
  • 2 Days
  • Spire Events
  • Conference Dates: November 7-8, 2018
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The Foremost Chinese Forum for the Global Mining Community

THE FOREMOST CHINESE FORUM FOR THE GLOBAL MINING COMMUNITY

Meeting platform for mining companies CXOs, ministers, investors, technology leaders & other industry experts in China.

Mining Investment China is a strategic mining conference and exhibition for the leaders of the mining, quarrying and construction materials industries, bringing together 250 attendees from 35 countries.
 
Ministers, mining companies, investors and service providers travel from all over China, Asia, North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa for two days of partnering, networking and business matching.
 
Join us at an invaluable platform to seek new partnerships, new business and new opportunities.

Mining Investment China welcomes ministers, geological surveys, exploring and operating mining companies, investors and key technology and production solution providers wanting to enter or expand their market presence to Chinese mineral resources industry.

This innovative agenda and content, including keynotes, interactive panel discussions, interviews, roundtable sessions and spotlights, will enable you to learn from the best leaders.

The Conference Topics Include:

  • Are we at the start of a new bull cycle for mining and commodities?
  • Which stock market is handling the rebirth of the mining industry: Toronto or Australia? How can China play a role?
  • Gold: the start of a new bull market or just a dead cat bounce? How investors are preparing for the next gold mining boom?
  • What the new US President means for the world and the commodity trade? Is a new wave of infrastructure projects coming up and what are the implications for mining?
  • How has Mining Services performed in relation to the mining industry in Australia? Why have mid-market deals continued to rank well within the Australian Mining sector?
  • What are the M&A trends? Will 2017 be the year of M&A?
  • Should mainstream institutions (pensions, life insurance) invest in the mining industry like they do in utilities and how?
  • Battery metals sector - Cobalt, lithium, graphite and magnesium –  Examining investors’ opportunities and challenges in investment, mining and processing
  • Are private equity investments becoming the mainstream solution for the industry?
  • Is crowdfunding only for the exploration companies or does it have a wider use?
  • Assessing royalty and stream finance industry – is this financing business model right for your company? Is it an attractive option for mining companies or a matter of last resort?
  • Evaluating opportunities in coal, iron ore, diamonds, precious metals and copper
  • A rundown on China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and what changes would occur in Thailand
  • Where is Australia headed? The cost structure of mining after the drop in its currency. Would it stay a provider of commodities to the world? The future of Australian economy.
  • Women participation in Asia's extractive industry – latest findings and predictions
  • Focus on Latin America and Argentina in particular - The new president and the administration & implications for mining
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Mining Investment - Conference Day 1

Wednesday 7th November

09.00-17.30

Mining Investment Go - Morning Interview

Mining Finance, Accessing Capital, M&A, Metals, PE, Funds & Strategies

Roundtables

Company & Technical Spotlights

09.00-17.30

Mining Investment Asia Exhibition

1 to 1 Meetings

17.30-19.00

Mining Investment

Networking Drinks Reception

8th November 2018

Mining Investment - Conference Day 2

Mining Investment Rush

Smart Mining, Technology, Innovation, Risk, Future of Mining, Countries

Roundtables

Company & Technical Spotlights

09.00-17.00

Mining Investment Asia Exhibition

1 to 1 Meetings

19.30-21.30

Meet the Speaker's Dinner

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CHEN BIAO
Managing Partner
Jinjiang Mining Fund
Deputy Secretary General
China Mining Association

NICHOLAS ASSEF
Founder & Executive Director
LCC Asia Pacific, Australia

ANDREW HEINRICHS
Director – Acquisitions
Strategic Venture Fund, Hong Kong

DMITRY SUSCHOV
Member of the Board of Directors
Eurasia Mining Plc, United Kingdom

ZHISHAN LV
CEO
China-ASEAN Mineral Resources Online, China

XIE YUSHAN
Copper Analyst
Shanghai Metals Market Information & Technology Co., Ltd

LIU XIAOLEI
Senior Analyst,
Aluminum Industry
Shanghai Metals Market Information & Technology Co., Ltd

BARBARA DIAZ ESPINOSA
Director Asia Pacific Strategic & Business Development, Mexican Attorney at law
Grupo Prodensa

BRENDAN JEPHCOTT
Principal
Golden Dragon Capital, China

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Capitalise on the exponential growth in China as the region is emerging as preferred destination for mining companies and mineral resources investments.

Who Attends?

You can Expect to Meet

The organiser will bring to the event over 350 global miners, entrepreneurs, financiers, investors, government leaders, technical experts and innovators under one roof and will attract all levels of executives to the event.

  • Mining and Energy Ministers & Department Heads
  • Mining Company C Level Executives & Senior Management
  • COO’s & Chief Engineers
  • Chief Geologists
  • Heads of Geological Survey Boards
  • Local & International Investors
  • Asset Managers
  • Sovereign Wealth Funds, Pension Funds, Equity Funds & Private Equity Funds Managers
  • Banks
  • Insurance Providers
  • Brokers & Corporate Advisors
  • Equipment Solutions & Services Professionals
  • Lawyers
  • Consultants

From these Industries:

  • Finance
  • Mining
  • Service & Supplier
  • Government
  • Other

And from these Regions:

  • South America
  • Central America
  • Europe
  • Asia
  • North America
  • Australia
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ADDRESS

The Westin Beijing Financial Street Hotel
9 Jinrong St,
JinRong Jie,
Xicheng Qu,
Beijing
100032
China


DIRECTIONS

Set in the financial district, this upscale hotel is a 13-minute walk from Fuchengmen Subway station and 5.3 km from Palace Museum.


DETAILS

The chic rooms feature 32-inch TVs, free WiFi, and tea and coffeemaking facilities. All have glass-enclosed marble bathrooms with rainfall showerheads and tubs. Suites add separate living rooms and iPod docks; some have 2 bedrooms and dining areas. Upgraded suites feature kitchenettes, whirlpool tubs and saunas. Club rooms and suites include free breakfast, snacks and evening drinks.
Amenities include a gym, an indoor pool and a spa, plus a Zen garden. There are also multiple dining options and event spaces.

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