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  • REGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.LATINAMERICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056OFFICIAL MEDIAORGANISED BY IN ASSOCIATIONWITH London • Hong Kong • Beijing • AustraliaElmer Prata SalomãoPresident, ABPM(Brazilian Associationof Mineral Exploration)BrazilDr. Malaika CulverwellExtractive IndustriesSpecialist, Inter-AmericanDevelopment Bank, USATimothy W. Cunningham,PresidentTouchstone Group,USAJoão CarrêloPresident and CEOEco Oro, CanadaRenata FortesGeneral Manager, Planning& Market DevelopmentCompanhia SiderúrgicaNacional, BrazilDoug GrohPortfolio Manager andSenior Research AnalystTocquevilleUSAPaulo de SaManager, SustainableEnergy, Oil, Gas andMining, World BankUSAIan DonaldSVP and Head of GlobalRisk AnalysisControl Risks, USAConfirmed speakers♦ Learn the most effective ways for LatinAmerican miners to raise capital♦ Understand the key aspects of LatinAmerican taxation and legislation formining projects♦ Combating the growing trend towardsresource nationalisation in Latin America♦ Hear the investor perception of the LatinAmerican mining market♦ Learn how to balance the cost ofinfrastructure projects in remote areas withdelivering ROI for your investors♦ Understand how to ensure yourmining project complies with regionalenvironmental legislation♦ Hear Latin American governments’ viewson foreign investment for the mining sectorBenefits of attending:REGISTERbyApril19andSAVEUS$320Why sponsor or exhibit?Resourceful Events, an associate company of Mines and Moneyand Mining Journal, is a leader in providing opportunities foryou to raise brand awareness and meet potential clients andinvestors. We have a number of unique branding and exhibitionopportunities which can be taken up by those organisationswishing to show a strong presence at this important forum.Our packages can be tailored to suit your individual needs andinclude the chance to sponsor lunches and networking drinks.A number of options are available:Platinum SponsorshipA chance to take the most prominent branding available and a20-minute prime speaking slot at the eventGold SponsorshipA good opportunity to raise awareness of your organisation via a20-minute speaking slot and prominent branding at the eventSilver SponsorshipAn opportunity to make sure your company is recognised at theevent through a spotlight speaking slot and brandingExhibit at or sponsor the Latin America Mining Investment SummitContact Peter Braham for more information on exhibiting and sponsoring the Latin America Mining Investment Summit, New York 2013:+44 (0)20 7812 8439 / peter.braham@resourcefulevents.comInvesting in Latin American gold, silver, copper and iron ore mining:overcoming the risks and maximising the investment returns♦ Colette Rustad, Senior Vice President, Goldcorp, USA♦ Akiba Leisman, Vice President, Wexford Capital, USA♦ Angel Marces, Consultant, Inter-AmericanDevelopment Bank♦ Louis Vos, Global Business Development, IFC Global MiningDivision, USA♦ Peter L. Gianulis, President, Carrelton Asset Management,USA♦ Cesar Gonzalez, Analyst, Wexford Capital, USA♦ Mike Woloschuk, Principal, Evaluations,Waterton Global Resource Management, Canada♦ Anthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan Resources, USA♦ Mamadou Barry, Sustainable Energy, Oil, Gas and Mining,World Bank, USA♦ Fred McMahon, Dr Michael A. Walker Research Chair,The Fraser Institute, Canada♦ Adam Seltzer, Managing Director, Investment Banking,Dominick & Dominick, USA
  • REGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.LATINAMERICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 10-13, 2013 • 1605 Broadway At 49th Street, New York CityLatin America is the second largest miningregion globally and the potential to maximisereturns on investment are clear. However,changes in the political landscape alongsidecommunity tensions and more stringentenvironmental compliance mean that therisk and cost associated with mining in theregion can increase. With the significance ofmining developments in the region increasing,Resourceful Events, an associate company ofMining Journal and Mines and Money brings youthe Latin America Mining Investment Summit in New York on June 10-13.Iron ore, gold, copper and silver are key areas of interest for the investment sector from traditional miningcenters in Chile, Peru, Brazil and Mexico to emerging growth markets including Colombia and CentralAmerica. With excellent grades available in the region, senior figures from the investment communitywill join leading financial institutions, mining corporations and junior miners to identify mining investmentopportunities in Latin America.The event will highlight the key opportunities and challenges associated with raising investment for LatinAmerican mining projects and will cover core areas such as the current and future investment climate,investor perspectives on the region, changing political, social and environmental trends as well as focussessions on specific countries and regions. With excellent networking opportunities and a spotlight drawn onLatin American mining and your project, can you afford to miss out?Recent attendees to ourmining investment eventsinclude:Aberdeen Gould Capital MarketsAberforth PartnersAbydos Capital ManagementAdelante Asset ManagementAltus Resource CapitalAnglo Pacific GroupAnglo-Suisse CapitalArlington Asset ManagementAxion InvestmentBaker Steel Capital ManagersBarclays Asset ManagementBaring Asset ManagementBergen Asset ManagementBlack River Asset ManagementBlackRock World Mining FundBlueCrest Capital ManagementCanada LifeCD CapitalCheviot Asset ManagementChrystal CapitalCommodity Discovery FundDenham Capital ManagementDoyen CapitalFirst ReserveFirst State InvestmentsGalena Asset ManagementGeneration Asset ManagementGreenpark CapitalGrove Capital GroupHBS Financial PlanningInfraRed Capital PartnersInvestec Asset ManagementJP MorganKairos Investment ManagementMacquarie CapitalMaoming Investment ManagerMars Asset ManagementMelbury CapitalMerce InvestmentsMeridian CapitalNew City Investment ManagersOdey Asset ManagementPactum Asset ManagementPallinghurst ResourcesPathway CapitalPhoenix Gold FundPictet Asset ManagementPolygon Investment PartnersPrecious CapitalRAB CapitalResource Capital FundsRMB ResourcesSalamanca Capital ResourcesSchroder InvestmentShard Capital PartnersSoditic Asset ManagementSpartacus CapitalStanhill Capital PartnersTamimi InvestmentTellus Investment PartnersThani InvestmentsThe Lind PartnersThe Mongolia FundThe Sentient GroupTMS InvestmentsWest Yorkshire Pension FundWestoria CapitalYorkville AdvisorsZUPA InvestmentsDay AM PMMondayJune10Option 1:Pre-conference workshop: Identifying and mitigating riskin your mining projectOption 2: Mining in a DayTuesdayJune11ConferenceDayOneMarket overviewLatin America:an investment persepctiveLatin America:an investment persepctiveWednesdayJune12ConferenceDayTwoImpact of political, socialand environmental factorson Latin AmericaRegion focusThursdayJune13Post-conference workshop: Raising capital for Latin America mining projectsProgramme at a glanceExhibit at or sponsor the Latin America Mining Investment Summit.Contact Peter Braham for more information on exhibiting at and sponsoringthe Latin America Mining Investment Summit, New York 2013:+44 (0)20 7812 8439peter.braham@resourcefulevents.comRegister for the summit byApril 19 to SAVE US$320To register as a delegate contact customerservice on +44 (0)20 7216 6056, emailcs@resourcefulevents.com or you can registeronline at www.latinamericainvestmentsummit.com
  • REGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.LATINAMERICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 10-13, 2013 • 1605 Broadway At 49th Street, New York CityCASESTUDYPANELPANELKEYNOTEWorkshop led by: Konrad Huber, Senior Advisor,Latin America, Veracity Worldwide10.00 Welcome and opening remarks10.10 Effective techniques for identifying changesin risks to Latin American mining projects• Understanding how to detect core risks tomining projects including community unrest,changing governmental attitudes towardsmining and operational risk• Developing effective country risk profiles toassist your mining project planning• Implementing strategies for detecting changesin risk early to minimise the impact on yourmining project• Identifying the most effective techniques forgathering intelligence on a national, regionaland local level11.10 Coffee & networking11.40 Effective strategies for identifying andcoping with national and local political riskin Latin American mining projects• Examining how to effectively identify changesin national governmental attitudes to miningand their impact on the risk of your projectin national governmental attitudes to miningand their impact on the risk of your projectin national governmental attitudes to mining• Developing effective strategies for lobbyingwith and negotiating with government tomitigate political risk• Assessing techniques for identifying andmanaging political risk on a local level12.40 Q&A and open discussion13.00 Lunch14.00 Mitigating social risk in Latin Americanmining projects• Understanding the core drivers for social risk inLatin American mining projects and identifying• Understanding the core drivers for social risk inLatin American mining projects and identifying• Understanding the core drivers for social risk inemerging risk areas• Determining to what extent small socialinvestments early in the project can mitigaterisk by building long term communityrelationships• Mitigating the risk of increased communityinfluence on mining projects• Mitigating the risk of increased communityinfluence on mining projects• Mitigating the risk of increased community15.00 Coffee and networking15.30 Minimising operational risk in LatinAmerican mining projects• Determining to what extent a skills shortageexists in Latin America and assessing the risk itposes to mining projects• Coping with trend towards a greater risk ofindustrial disputes in the mining sector andminimising the impact on your project• Techniques for mitigating the risk associatedwith access to energy and natural resourcesalongside aging and poor infrastructurewith access to energy and natural resourcesalongside aging and poor infrastructurewith access to energy and natural resources16.30 Q&A and closing remarks16.45 End of pre-conference workshopMonday, June 10, 2013 – Pre-conference workshopTuesday, June 11, 2013 – Conference Day One09.00 Welcome and business card exchangeMarket overview: analysis of the investmentclimate in Latin America09.15 KEYNOTE: Mining snapshot: Drawingcomparisons between the Latin Americaand global mining markets• Evaluating global commodity demand, factorsdriving short, medium and long term growthand how that impacts Latin American mining• Where does Latin America fit into the globalmining market and to what extent can itdeliver long term investment returns?• Quantifying the role China and India, alongsidesluggish economies in North America andEurope, play in driving mining demand• Assessing investor appetite for Latin American• Assessing investor appetite for Latin AmericanKEYNOTE• Assessing investor appetite for Latin AmericanKEYNOTEmining projects and examining current levelsof investment in iron oremining projects and examining current levelsof investment in iron oremining projects and examining current levelsKEYNOTEKEYNOTERenata Fortes, General Manager, Planning &Market Development, Companhia SiderúrgicaNacional, Brazil09.45 Analysing capital flow into Latin Americamining projects and examining investmentdemand• Understanding how current investment trendsimpact the mining sector• Examining the factors impacting theattractiveness of mining to foreign investors• Examining the factors impacting theattractiveness of mining to foreign investors• Examining the factors impacting the• Evaluating commodity price forecasts and theirimpact on different types of investment• Evaluating commodity price forecasts and theirimpact on different types of investment• Evaluating commodity price forecasts and their• Determining to what extent political volatilityin Latin America is impacting the flow of capital• Determining to what extent political volatilityin Latin America is impacting the flow of capital• Determining to what extent political volatilityinto the region. How is this likely to change?Akiba Leisman, Vice President, Wexford Capital10.15 Examining the impact of government policyand legislation on mining in Latin America• To what extent are changes in regional minerallaws impacting investment?• Examining how changes in local taxes androyalties are affecting the attractiveness of• Examining how changes in local taxes androyalties are affecting the attractiveness of• Examining how changes in local taxes andmining in Latin America to investors• Evaluating how changes in government policyare likely to impact mining in Latin America• To what extent will these changes influence thecost of mining and the ability to deliver an ROI• To what extent will these changes influence thecost of mining and the ability to deliver an ROI• To what extent will these changes influence thefor investors?cost of mining and the ability to deliver an ROIfor investors?cost of mining and the ability to deliver an ROIPaulo de Sa, Manager, Sustainable Energy, Oil,Gas and Mining, World Bank10.45 Spotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investment opportunityto a larger investor audience• João Carrêlo, President and CEO, Eco Oro, Canada• TBC• TBC11.15 Coffee & networkingLatin America:an investment persepctive11.45 Evaluating the risk and return profile of theLatin American mining market• Where are investors targeting their funds in theregion?• Examining how current fluctuations incommodity pricing and the asset quality in theregion impact investment potential• Assessing how socio-political instability in theregion is holding back investment in miningprojectsPeter L. Gianulis, President, Carrelton AssetManagementIdentifying and mitigating risk in your mining project12.15 Panel: Evaluating the appropriateness ofdifferent financing options available tojunior miners in Latin America• What factors are investors looking for to maximisereturns when investing in mining projects?• Finding the most appropriate mix of funding tomatch your project• What other ways of raising capital shouldmining companies be looking at in achallenging IPO environment?Doug Groh, Portfolio Manager and SeniorResearch Analyst, TocquevillePeter L. Gianulis, President, Carrelton AssetManagementTimothy W. Cunningham, President, Touchstone Group12.45 Spotlight presentationsSpotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investment opportunityto a larger investor audience• TBC• TBC• TBC13.15 Lunch and networking14.20 Techniques used by investors to evaluatemining projects• Analysing the key technical factors thatinvestors consider when evaluating investmentpotential of a mining projectinvestors consider when evaluating investmentpotential of a mining projectinvestors consider when evaluating investment• Understanding how exploration potential,geology, resource modelling, mine design,metallurgy and plant design impact yourprojects’ attractiveness to investors• Determining to what extent you can optimisethe technical aspect of your project to make• Determining to what extent you can optimisethe technical aspect of your project to make• Determining to what extent you can optimiseyour Latin American mining project moreattractive to investorsMike Woloschuk, Principal, Evaluations,Waterton Global Resource Management14.50 Raising capital for Latin American miningprojects: Toronto, New York & beyond• Evaluating the changing mix of debt, equityand bond markets for raising capital for Latin• Evaluating the changing mix of debt, equityand bond markets for raising capital for Latin• Evaluating the changing mix of debt, equityAmerica mining projects• Examining strategies for improving theattractiveness of Latin American mining projectsExamining strategies for improving theattractiveness of Latin American mining projectsExamining strategies for improving the• To what extent are Asian capital marketsavailable to Latin America mining projects?• What role do national, governmental financingprogrammes provide as a viable alternative toraising capital on the markets?Adam Seltzer, Managing Director, InvestmentBanking, Dominick & Dominick LLC15.20 Case study: Evaluating and coping withobstacles when securing investment for theextraction of remote access ores• To what extent can the cost of buildinginfrastructure in remote regions be minimised?• To what extent can the cost of buildinginfrastructure in remote regions be minimised?• To what extent can the cost of building• Examining how to get the best deal when• Examining how to get the best deal whenCASESTUDY• Examining how to get the best deal whenCASESTUDYnegotiating with governments on infrastructure• Examining how to get the best deal whennegotiating with governments on infrastructure• Examining how to get the best deal whenprojects• Determining the key factors that make a• Determining the key factors that make aCASESTUDY• Determining the key factors that make aCASESTUDYmining project attractive to investors anddeveloping strategies to mitigate risk and costof remote projectsdeveloping strategies to mitigate risk and costof remote projectsdeveloping strategies to mitigate risk and costCASESTUDYCASESTUDYManuel Hernandez, Business DevelopmentManager South America, Coffey International15.50 Coffee & networking16.20 Spotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investment opportunityto a larger investor audience• TBC• TBC• TBC16.50 Panel: How can companies lobbygovernment to improve investmentopportunities and infrastructure?• To what extent is resource nationalisationgoing to impact mining in Latin America?• Analysing global case studies, highlightinglessons learned and how they can be appliedto Latin American mining policies• Effectively using investment in infrastructure as• Effectively using investment in infrastructure asa tool to lobby governmentsPANELPANELColette Rustad, Senior Vice President, GoldcorpManuel Hernandez, Business DevelopmentManager South America, Coffey International, ChileIain Donald, SVP and Head of Global RiskAnalysis, Control Risks, USA17.20 Roundup17.30 End of conference day oneNote: Resourceful Events reserve the right to alter the venue, timingsand/or speakers. © Resourceful Events Limited.Note: Resourceful Events reserve the right to alter the venue, timingsand/or speakers. © Resourceful Events Limited.Exhibit at or Sponsor Latin America Mining InvestmentSummit. Contact Peter Braham for more info on exhibitingat and sponsoring Latin America Mining InvestmentSummit, London 2013: +44 (0)20 7812 8439 /peter.braham@resourcefulevents.com
  • REGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.LATINAMERICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 10-13, 2013 • 1605 Broadway At 49th Street, New York CityCASESTUDYCASESTUDYPANELCASESTUDYThursday, June 13, 2013Post-conference workshop09.00 Welcome and business card exchangeImpact of political, socialand environmental factorson Latin America09.15 Examining changing regional policies in themining sector and how they impact foreigninvestment• Looking at the likely trends towards resourcenationalisation and how that could impactyour mining project• Developing strategies to build effectivepartnerships and working relationships withgovernment departments• Best practice in building community relationsto improve the development of your mining• Best practice in building community relationsto improve the development of your mining• Best practice in building community relationsprojectLouis Vos, Global Business Development, IFCGlobal Mining Division09.45 Case study: Building communityinfrastructure to speed up the progress onyour mining project• Assessing regional infrastructure projects andwhat strategies will provide the quickest routeto market• Using community infrastructure projects as a• Using community infrastructure projects as anegotiating tool with governments• To what extent can community projects deliver• To what extent can community projects deliverCASESTUDY• To what extent can community projects deliverCASESTUDYreal commercial benefits to your mining• To what extent can community projects deliverreal commercial benefits to your mining• To what extent can community projects deliverproject?Dr. Malaika Culverwell, Extractive IndustriesSpecialist, Inter-American Development BankAngel Marces, Consultant, Inter-AmericanDevelopment Bank10.15 Panel: Effective strategies for copingwith political, societal and environmentalproblems in Latin America• What are the most cost efficient ways ofdealing with the problems?• Assessing whether a healthy flow of foreigninvestment into Latin American miningwill continue without a coherent strategyto deal with current political, societal andenvironmental problems• How can Latin American miners effectivelynegotiate with and influence government?• How can Latin American miners effectivelynegotiate with and influence government?• How can Latin American miners effectively• Short and long term strategies for dealingwith the problems• Balancing the cost of Corporate SocialResponsibility programmes with assetquality and accessibility to ensure long termdeliverable ROIMamadou Barry, Sustainable Energy Department,Oil, Gas and Mining Unit, World BankFred McMahon, Dr Michael A. Walker ResearchChair, The Fraser Institute, Canada10.45 Spotlight presentationsSpotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investmentopportunity to a larger investor audience• TBC• TBC• TBC11.15 Coffee & networking11.45 Case Study: Building private-publicpartnerships to create value and wealth inyour mining project• Examining how companies are partnering with• Examining how companies are partnering withpublic and social projects and identifying the• Examining how companies are partnering withpublic and social projects and identifying the• Examining how companies are partnering withclear benefits to their mining operationspublic and social projects and identifying theclear benefits to their mining operationspublic and social projects and identifying the• Identifying techniques for getting community• Identifying techniques for getting communityCASESTUDY• Identifying techniques for getting communityCASESTUDYbuy-in on your mining project and methodsfor building long term partnershipsbuy-in on your mining project and methodsfor building long term partnershipsbuy-in on your mining project and methods• Determining to what extent a coherent public• Determining to what extent a coherent publicCASESTUDY• Determining to what extent a coherent publicCASESTUDYand social strategy will become the blueprintfor successful mining projects in Latin Americaand social strategy will become the blueprintfor successful mining projects in Latin Americaand social strategy will become the blueprint12.15 Case study: Examining how to overcomechanges in environmental legislation andraise finance for your Latin Americanmining project• Examining how changing trends in• Examining how changing trends inenvironmental policy are impacting investorinterest in Latin American mining projects• Detailing strategies to minimise the cost of• Detailing strategies to minimise the cost ofCASESTUDY• Detailing strategies to minimise the cost ofCASESTUDYenvironmental compliance and how to use itto gain commercial benefit• Calculating the most effective mix of long• Calculating the most effective mix of longCASESTUDY• Calculating the most effective mix of longCASESTUDYterm finance for your mining project• Calculating the most effective mix of longterm finance for your mining project• Calculating the most effective mix of longInvited speaker: Senior representative, Codelco12.45 Spotlight presentationsSpotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investmentopportunity to a larger investor audience12.45 Aurcana Silver12.55 TBC13.05 TBCRegion focus14.20 Brazil: Evaluating the current investmentclimate in the Brazilian mining sector• How effective are current governmentmeasures to attract long term foreign• How effective are current governmentmeasures to attract long term foreign• How effective are current governmentinvestment into the mining sector and are theylikely to change?• How can the lessons from the success ofBrazil’s iron ore sector be applied cross LatinAmerica?• Examining the impact of current legislationthat controls foreign ownership of mines in• Examining the impact of current legislationthat controls foreign ownership of mines in• Examining the impact of current legislationBrazil• Comparing the mining investment climatein Brazil with other regions in Latin America:What clear lessons can be learnt?Elmer Prata Salomão, President, ABPM(Brazilian Association of Mineral Exploration)14.50 Examining how to manage cost andmitigate risks with increased environmentalcompliance• Quantifying costs of increased compliancerequirements in the region• To what extent can environmental compliancehelp mining companies with governmentnegotiations and community relations?• How do changes in environmental legislationimpact investor appetite for mining projects in• How do changes in environmental legislationimpact investor appetite for mining projects in• How do changes in environmental legislationthe region?Speaker invited from UsiminasMexico: How are Mexican governmentloans affecting mining investment?• To what extent are changes in environmentaland social policy impacting the miningindustry in Mexico?• Examining the attractiveness of investmentloans from FIFOMI as a means to fund mining• Examining the attractiveness of investmentloans from FIFOMI as a means to fund mining• Examining the attractiveness of investmentprojects in Mexico• What strategies are the new governmentin Mexico implementing to encourage andincrease foreign investment in the miningin Mexico implementing to encourage andincrease foreign investment in the miningin Mexico implementing to encourage andsectorSpeaker invited from the Mexican Government15.50 Coffee & networking16.20 Spotlight presentationsA chance to showcase your investmentopportunity to a larger investor audience• TBC• TBC• TBCRaising capital for Latin Americanmining projectsMorning sessions led by: Fred McMahon, Dr Michael A.Walker Research Chair, The Fraser Institute, Canada10.00 Welcome and opening remarks10.10 Overview of financing options in LatinAmerica• Evaluating market changes for raising capital forLatin America mining projects with a focus on:Evaluating market changes for raising capital forLatin America mining projects with a focus on:Evaluating market changes for raising capital foro Debt financingLatin America mining projects with a focus on:o Debt financingLatin America mining projects with a focus on:o IPOso Streaming• What are the pros and cons of raising capitalon TMX and NYSE and evaluating theirsuitability for IPOs in Latin American mining?on TMX and NYSE and evaluating theirsuitability for IPOs in Latin American mining?on TMX and NYSE and evaluating their• Evaluating other global finance for FDI mininginvestment• To what extent are government loansappropriate as part of your financing mix?• To what extent are government loansappropriate as part of your financing mix?• To what extent are government loans11.10 Coffee & networking11.40 Effective financing strategies for LatinAmerican mining projects• What are the main sources of finance for yourproject and how do you effectively access them?What are the main sources of finance for yourproject and how do you effectively access them?What are the main sources of finance for your• Other than traditional debt and equity finance,what new and innovative funding alternativesOther than traditional debt and equity finance,what new and innovative funding alternativesOther than traditional debt and equity finance,are emerging?• Calculating the cost of short and long termfinance options and matching these effectivelyCalculating the cost of short and long termfinance options and matching these effectivelyCalculating the cost of short and long termwith your project• Keeping abreast of changes in mining codesand how that affects your ability to raiseKeeping abreast of changes in mining codesand how that affects your ability to raiseKeeping abreast of changes in mining codesfinanceand how that affects your ability to raisefinanceand how that affects your ability to raise• Examining how to develop the best mix offinance for your projectExamining how to develop the best mix offinance for your projectExamining how to develop the best mix of12.40 Q&A and open discussion13.00 LunchAfternoon sessions led by: Mamadou Barry, SustainableEnergy Department, Oil, Gas and Mining Unit, World Bank14.00 Evaluating how to make your project moreattractive to investors with respect toincreased social conflicts• Which commodities are investors targeting andhow is this likely to change?• How to combat trends towards increasedsocial conflict• Developing strategies for making your miningproject leaner and more efficient: How muchDeveloping strategies for making your miningproject leaner and more efficient: How muchDeveloping strategies for making your miningare investors looking for this in the currentproject leaner and more efficient: How muchare investors looking for this in the currentproject leaner and more efficient: How muchmarket climate?• Developing effective responses and strategiesto investor concerns about social conflictsDeveloping effective responses and strategiesto investor concerns about social conflictsDeveloping effective responses and strategies15.00 Coffee and networking15.30 Dealing with increases in social conflict andthe impact on project financing• Examining strategies to minimise the impact ofincreased social conflict on investor appetiteExamining strategies to minimise the impact ofincreased social conflict on investor appetiteExamining strategies to minimise the impact offor mining projects• Assessing techniques for mitigating the riskof social conflict on your mining project byAssessing techniques for mitigating the riskof social conflict on your mining project byAssessing techniques for mitigating the riskdeveloping effective strategies for negotiatingof social conflict on your mining project bydeveloping effective strategies for negotiatingof social conflict on your mining project bywith government• Developing strategies to cope with changes toenvironmental regulation and increased socialrisks in order to make your project attractivefor investorsrisks in order to make your project attractivefor investorsrisks in order to make your project attractive16.30 Q&A and closing remarks16.45 End of post-conference workshopExhibit at or Sponsor Latin AmericaMining Investment SummitContact Peter Braham for more information on exhibitingat and sponsoring the Latin America Mining InvestmentSummit, New York 2013: +44 (0)20 7812 8439 /peter.braham@resourcefulevents.com16.50 Commodity panel: Investor perceptions ofcommodity pricing• Which commodities are attractive for investors,what are they targeting and how could this change?• To what extent will changes in regulationimpact the attractiveness of gold, silver,• To what extent will changes in regulationimpact the attractiveness of gold, silver,• To what extent will changes in regulationcopper and iron ore?• Which commodities will generate the mostreturn and how is this likely to change in theshort-medium term?Cesar Fernandez, Analyst, Wexford CapitalAnthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan ResourcesSpeaker invited from Barclays Capital17.20 Roundup17.30 End of conference day twoEnd of conference day twoRegister for the summit byApril 19 to SAVE US$320To register as a delegate contact customerservice on +44 (0)20 7216 6056, emailcs@resourcefulevents.com or you can registeronline at www.latinamericainvestmentsummit.comWednesday, June 12, 2013 –Conference Day Two
  • REGISTER ONLINE AT: WWW.LATINAMERICAINVESTMENTSUMMIT.COM OR BY CALLING US ON: +44 (0)20 7216 6056June 10-13, 2013 • 1605 Broadway At 49th Street, New York City♦ Junior miners♦ Fund, portfolio, asset managers and privateequity advisors♦ Banks and corporate finance companies♦ Leading Latin American mining corporations♦ Latin American government officials♦ Mining and mining services companies♦ Brokers, lawyers and consultantsInterested inbecominga speaker?Contact: Harry Chapman, Conference Director,harry.chapman@resourcefulevents.comTel: +44 (0)20 7812 8441OFFICIAL MEDIASUPPORTING MEDIAExhibition floor planWho should attendRegister for the summit byApril 19 to SAVE US$320To register as a delegate contact customerservice on +44 (0)20 7216 6056, emailcs@resourcefulevents.com or you can registeronline at www.latinamericainvestmentsummit.comExhibit at or sponsor the Latin AmericaMining Investment Summit.Contact Peter Braham for more informationon exhibiting and sponsoring Latin AmericaMining Investment Summit, New York 2013:+44 (0)20 7812 8439peter.braham@resourcefulevents.comRegistrationCateringalready takenCateringCateringTo theexhibition1 2345678 91110121314151619171820To theconferenceCatering
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We only accept cheques drawn on a UK bank or bank draft / demand draft only.Please mail your cheque or bank draft and registration form (including mailing label): Customer Services,Resourceful Events Limited, 20/F Siu On Centre, 188 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong.Please Note: All discounts can only be applied at the time of registration and discounts cannot be combined. In the event that more than one discount is applicable, delegates will receive the discount with the highest value. All discountsare subject to approval. Please note the conference fee does not include travel or hotel accommodation costs. 1. Should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is always welcome at no extra charge. 2. Alternatively, the organiserscan also provide a credit note for attendance at the any other Resourceful Events Europe event for cancellations received 14 days prior to the event. Alternatively, a 50% refund will be provided for cancellations received in writing (letteror facsimile) no later than four weeks prior to the event; thereafter we regret no refunds or credit notes can be arranged. 3. The organisers reserve the right to alter the programme without notice including the substitution, alternation orcancellation of speakers and / or topics and / or alternation of the dates and / or location of the event. 4. The organisers are not responsible for any loss or damage as a result of a substitution, alternation, postponement or cancellation ofany event. ©2013 Resourceful Events Europe Ltd. All rights reserved.On-site registration/payment: US$160 surcharge will be collected and no discounts available. Early bird rates are contingent upon payment being received within 14 days from theregistration date. 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