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  • 1. 17 – 19 June 2013, China World Summit Wing, BeijingProgramme at a glance: Monday, June 17 Tuesday, June 18 Wednesday, June 19 Outbound investment deal AM structuring Masterclass Mines & Money Beijing 2013 Mines & Money Beijing 2013 Conference and Exhibition Conference and Exhibition China Going Out Commodities In Demand African Mining Investment PM Summit Cocktail ReceptionMonday 17 June 2013– Mines and Money Beijing 2013–Pre-conference Master Class and SummitPre-conference schedule to be announced African Mining Investment Summit13:00 Registration and coffee13:45 Workshop leader’s opening remarks and business card exchange14:00 The state of Africa’s mining sector for Chinese outbound investors Exploring key regions and commodities in Africa for Chinese investment Examining the business environment and the implications for Chinese investors Update on the latest Chinese deals in Africa and opportunities for future investment Drivers and key impediments to Chinese investment in Africa14.30 Panel: Examining the risks for investing in an African mining project Examining Africa’s political and resource nationalism risks for Chinese investors Infrastructure challenges and implications for Chinese investors in Africa How does Africa’s risk profile compare with other mining regions Lessons learnt by Chinese investors in Africa Moderator: Anthony Desir, Principal, SAMI Funds15:10 Case study: Establishing partnerships for African project development The benefits of partnering with Africa’s natural resource producers How the partnership deal was structured and maintained, what challenges were faced For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 2. Lessons can be learnt from the partnership Partnership as the new norm for mining project development in Africa?15:30 Refreshments and discussion break16:00 Case study: Developing an iron ore project in Africa: Opportunities and challenges Overview of the project Project challenges faced and how these were met Lessons learnt and tops for future iron ore projects in Africa16:20 How to determine your next African mining investment as a Chinese investor What regions will offer new opportunities for Chinese investors in Africa? Fundamental criteria to a successful mining investment in Africa Steps to mitigate risks for African project development as a Chinese investor Anthony Desir, Principal, SAMI Funds17:00 Close of workshop and start of networking drinks For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 3. Tuesday 18 June 2013 – Mines and Money Beijing 2012 - China Going Out08:00 Registration, morning coffee and exhibition visit08:50 Chairman’s opening remarks and business card exchange Meeting China’s mineral resources demands through outbound mining investment09:00 Ministerial address:China’s going out policy and the road ahead for Chinese outbound investors How will the government assist in further increasing OFDI from China Where will China’s OFDI be heading in the future? What challenges will Chinese investors face investing in the global marketplace?09.20 The state of global mining and investment Macro-economic outlook: Key market trends impacting global mining and investment The state of capital availability for the development of mining projects How the recent economic turmoil has impacted exploration and the potential for future supply What opportunities does the economic downturn create for China’s mining and metals investors? Jionhui Wang, Assistant President, China Minmetals Corp09:40 Securing the resources for growth in an increasingly competitive global marketplace Examining where China will face the greatest competition for acquiring global mineral resources From Indonesia and Brazil to Africa and beyond - Implications of the growth in domestic resource demand within major natural resource exporters Implications of the return of OECD countries to the global resources market for Chinese investors Key strategies for China’s outbound investors to achieve their resource acquisition goals in the face of increased competition and resource nationalism10.00 Woulfe Mining Corp10.10 Mining Company Spotlight10.20 Mining Company Spotlight10.30 Mining Company Spotlight10:40 Sirius Minerals10:50 Exploringthe benefits of partnering with international mining companies for foreign project development Examining global M&A trends in the overseas mining sector What are the advantages of partnering with a foreign company for Chinese outbound investors? Update on latest co-operations between Chinese firms and foreign firms in overseas projects How to select the right business partner for your foreign mining project Key factors for successful partnerships with foreign companies How can partnership challenges be overcome? Amy Cheng, MD & Vice Chairman of Investment Banking, Head of Natural Resources, Bank of China International11.10 Mining Company Spotlight11.20 Mining Company Spotlight11.30 Mining Company Spotlight11.40 Mining Company Spotlight11.50 Mining Company Spotlight For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 4. 12.00 Outbound investment panel:Size, commodity, location, deal structure: What China’s outbound investors want Which regions are attracting interest and which are losing favour? What metals are in the most sought after in 2013/14? What styles of projects and what stages of development are attracting attention right now? From SOE to private equity investor: The changing face of Chinese outbound investment Risk on or risk off? Investing in emerging markets vs. established markets Panelists Include: Keith Spence, President and Partner, Global Mining Capital Corporation12.40 Lunch, networking and exhibition visit Regional opportunities round-up13.30 Africa: Investing in an African mining project– Key success factors explored Exploring the background to the deal Deal structure, timelines to agreement, barriers and how these were overcome Approaches to stakeholder engagement: Successes and areas for improvement13:50 Africa InvestmentPanel: How to successfullyinvest into Africa’s mining industry as a Chinese investor? How are Chinese investors perceived by the government, and local companies in Africa? Who has had success in securing deals in Africa and how did they do it? Infrastructure issues in Africa and the implications for Chinese investors Mitigating investment risk in African mining projects with community and labour engagement Leveraging the expertise of international mining companies operating in Africa Moderator: Kobus van der Wath, Founder and Group Managing Director, The Beijing Axis Panelists include: Chengbo Wang, Director, Advisory Services, BSR14.30 Canada:Strategies for mining investment success Canada’s policy towards Chinese resource investors: Incentives and restrictions Exploring deal structures Resource nationalism: Real or perceived? Case studies: Lessons learnt from investment successes and failures14:50 Australia: Update on the progress of Chinese investment into Australian mining State of Australian mining investment and development: Will the mining boom continue? Implications of the Australia’s resource profit tax, royalty structures for Chinese investors Bulks and beyond: Examining the full range of project opportunities Australia has to offer Case studies: Lessons learnt from investment successes and failures Dr Pan Guocheng, CEO, China Hanking15.10 Mining Company Spotlight15.20 Mining Company Spotlight15.30 Mining Company Spotlight15:40 Mining Company Spotlight15:50 Investing in Central Asia: Opportunities and risks for Chinese outbound investors Why does Central Asia hold such significant potential for China’s mineral resource needs? Analysis of minerals resources in Tajikistan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan Understanding political risks and regulatory rules in Central Asia Steps towards developing an export infrastructure on Chinese investment in Central Asia For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 5. 16.10 Connecting Chinese investors with Latin America’s mineral resources Key mineral resources and mining regions in Latin America Political risks for Chinese investors in key Latin American mining regions Community engagement, labour issues and the implications for Chinese investors16.30 Myanmar: Global investment climate Examining Gold, Copper, Gemstones, Silver, Lead, Zinc, Tin, Nickel, Pearl and Tungsten deposits Chinese involvement in Myanmar mining to date and lessons learnt Myanmar’s political risks and the implications for Chinese investors Infrastructure development timelineskey for resource investment from China16.50 Update on Mongolia’s mining policies and the implications for Chinese overseas investors Update on Mongolia’s mining law and foreign investment law Implications for Chinese companies investing into Mongolia Why Mongolia should remain as a key destination for Chinese investment17.10 Panel: Approaches to investing in emerging markets Managing resource nationalism and country risks in emerging markets as a Chinese investor How to structure deals in emerging markets Building infrastructure in developing markets Lessons learn and challenges ahead for Chinese investors in emerging markets17.45 Close of day one and Networking Cocktail ReceptionWednesday 19 June 2013 – Mines and Money Beijing 2013 – Securing Mining Commodities in Demand08:30 Morning coffee, networking and exhibition visit08:45 Chairman’s opening remarks and business card exchange09:00 Keynote: Meeting China’s future natural resource needs The state of Chinese domestic minerals and metals production: Where are the supply shortfalls? Economic outlook, capacity for further stimulus and implications for mineral resource demand Where will China’s transition towards a more mature domestic consumer-led economy create demand opportunities? Exploring the capacity of China’s metals and mining companies to expand outbound investment efforts09:20 How to assess the real cost / return profile for an overseas mining project Understanding the costs and profitability of your mining project Copper and zinccase studies: Evaluating changes in total costs as commodity prices rises and falls. Identifying common pitfalls of mining company evaluation for Chinese outbound investors What steps do investors need to take to gain more accurate knowledge of the potential investment Phil Newman, CEO, CRU Group Zhenzhen Liu, Senior Consultant, CRU Group09:40 Matamec09:50 Smiibaw Resources Mining10:00 Mining Company Spotlight10:10 Mining Company Spotlight10:20 Mining Company Spotlight10:30 Securing overseas iron ore supply: Opportunities for outbound investors The future for iron ore and the Chinese steel industry Where will Chinese investors meet demand for iron, is Africa the latest iron ore frontier? The effect of lack of infrastructure for iron ore projects and the implications for Chinese investors For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 6. Potential to blend hematite and magnetite ores and how this may affect Chinese outbound investors in iron10:50 Global coal mining projects: Securing coal to supply China’s future Domestic demand and supply for coal in China – how much will come from overseas? The termination of coal’s dual track pricing mechanism in China and implications for investors Examining global demand and competition for resources11:00 Investing in aluminium projects: Deal opportunities explored Domestic drivers for aluminium demand in China and the opportunities created for Chinese investors Overseas sourcing opportunities for bauxite Managing infrastructure challenges when investing in aluminium projects in emerging markets11:20 Refreshments, networking and exhibition visit11:40 Mining Company Spotlight11:50 Mining Company Spotlight12:00 Mining Company Spotlight12:10 Mining Company Spotlight12:20 Key success factors for outbound investment into global copper projects How will China meet future copper demand? Threats of weak infrastructure on copper projects, implications for investors Lessons learnt from challenging copper projects: OyuTolgoi, Pebble Project, Peru and Myanmar Where are the next significant copper projects, and how will investors source these?12:40 Nickel: Finding new investment options to meet global supply-side challenges What is the outlook for domestic nickel demandvs global supply and price? Impact of Indonesia’s new mining and processing legislation on the supply of cheap pig nickel Identifying new nickel projects to make up for Indonesian nickel coming off the market13:00 Lunch, networking and exhibition visit14:00 Panel: Exploring pathways to global resource investment Financial investment vs. resource acquisition Examining trends of investment flows in the global marketplace How investors can gain exposure to global commodities: Mining stocks, ETFs, direct Investment From SOEs to the individual investor: implications of the QDII2 initiative on the global resources market ZhiZheng, Chairman, China Mining United Fund14:40 Mining Company Spotlight14:50 Mining Company Spotlight15:00 Mining Company Spotlight15:10 Mining Company Spotlight15:20 Mining Company Spotlight15:30 Refreshments, networking and exhibition visit15:50 Sourcingfeedstock for nuclear power: Global investment opportunities and risks Assessing future demand for uranium in China and the state of domestic stockpiles Global demand trends on the implications on price and supply availability Resource nationalism and political risk challenges to consider when investing in overseas uranium projects Key success strategies for outbound investors into uranium to consider16:10 Investing in gold and precious metals: Deal opportunities explored State of domestic demand for gold For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com
  • 7. Where is the gold price going and what opportunities does this create for investors in mining projects? Update on emerging opportunities in the world’s key gold regions Lessons learnt from overseas gold mining projects16:30 Platinum outbound investment: Identifying key global projects and ensuring success Examining demand for platinum and global supply options Update on South Africa’s labour disputes and implications for the platinum sector Identifying high-potential global platinum opportunities16:50 Conclusion: Key conference takeaways and trends to watch out for in 2013-1417:00 Close of conference For more informationon the programme and speakers please contact: Leo Stemp, Conference Director – Mines and Money Beijing +852 2531 6130, Leo.Stemp@minesandmoney.com For more information on sponsorship and exhibition opportunities please contact: Pablo Martin, Sales Director – Mines and Money Beijing +44 207 216 6063, Pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com