Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 - Preliminary Agenda

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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 analysis and deal-making.

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Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 - Preliminary Agenda

  1. 1. RD BI by to 000 Y RL t er berS$1 EA gis em U Re Dec to p 13 e u v sa The Global Mining Investment Event for Asia-Pacific 2 4 - 2 8 M a r c h 2014 • Hong Ko ng Convention a nd Exhib ition Cent r e Special guest KEYNOTES: Clem Sunter, Scenario Planner and former Chairman and CEO, Gold and Uranium Division, Anglo American Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief, Investment Officer, US Global Investors Robert Friedland, Executive Chairman, Ivanhoe Mines Hear investment strategies from: Egon von Greyerz, Founder & Managing Partner, Matterhorn Asset Management AG Warren Gilman, Juerg Kiener, Managing Director & Chairman & CEO, CEF Holdings Chief Investment Officer, Allied Strategic Resources Fanglu Wang, Senior Managing Director, CITIC Capital Holdings Blake Olafson, Managing Director, Whiterock Capital David Tice, David W. Tice & Assoc. Mason Hills, Partner, Resource Capital Funds Louis Rozman, Director, Pacific Road Capital Management Bert Koth, Director, Denham Capital Alain Fontaine, Partner Ocean Equity Partners Richard Crookes, Investment Director, EMR Capital Tom Butler, Manager for Global Mining, IFC - International Finance Corporation Anthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan Resources Peter Kuang, CEO, Alpha Group Holdings Jia Yu, Director, CPI International Minerals & Investment Co Andrew Ballingal, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Ballingal Investment Advisors Didier LaMarche, Founder & CEO, Adam Smith Capital Partners Pan Guocheng, CEO, China Hanking Market trends examined by: Jim Sinclair, CEO, Tanzanian Royalty Exploration Corporation, and Chairman of the Advisory Committee, Singapore Precious Metals Exchange Rob Brierley, Head of Research, Patersons Dr Allan Trench, Regional Director, Australasia, CRU Strategies Professor, University of Western Australia Shaun Browne Chairman AME GROUP REGISTER NOW FOR MINES AND MONEY HONG KONG 2014 TO ENJOY: Charles Fear, Chairman & CEO, Argonaut What’s new in 2014? • soon to be SOLD OUT exhibition showcasing over A 270 mining companies • xhibition extended to three days – more networking time than E ever before • Keynotes from leading figures in investment and mining • argest ever programme – streamed sessions and a record L number of presenters • 200 leading mining and investment speakers over five action-packed days • 140 project spotlight presentations from around the world • nvestor hosted round table discussions – for more networking I with key investment decision makers • ines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Asia Mining Awards Gala M Dinner (sold out in 2013) • nteractive sessions: Live debates, interviews, round table I discussions and problem solving workshops • uperb networking opportunities with over 3000 decision-makers S at the highest level • nvestor only breakfast briefings for cutting edge market I updates Platinum Sponsors BY R POPULA : AND DEM ion Exhibit d to extende ays three d Gold Sponsors T H E AU S T R A L I A N S TO C K B RO K E R REALM COAL Register now: www.MinesandMoney.com/HongKong Wolf Petroleum Mongolian Oil Gas Exploration Development Company @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  2. 2. Your first choice for mining investment in Asia Pacific Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Mines and Money Hong Kong is where mining companies from around the world come to raise capital in Asia – and where investors and resource buyers from Hong Kong, mainland China, Singapore, Australia and the APAC region come to find mining investment opportunities. Now a major fixture on the global mining investment circuit, Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 will bring together over 3000 institutional investors, mining entrepreneurs, brokers and investment analysts for five days of high-value networking, investment analysis and deal-making. What’s new in 2014? We asked our 2961 delegates in 2013, for ideas to make Asia’s favourite mining investment show even better. Based on their responses we are delighted to announce some innovations for 2014. Exhibition extended to three days – more networking time than ever before Largest ever programme - streamed sessions and a record number of presenters Investor hosted round table discussions – for more networking with key investment decision makers Investor only breakfast briefings for cutting edge market updates Interactive sessions: Live debates, interviews, round table discussions and problem solving workshops Register early to take advantage of the pre-event networking and meeting planner facilities. Visit www.MinesandMoney.com/HongKong and click on Register Now. What delegates say about Mines and Money Hong Kong “Mines and Money Hong Kong continues to surpass itself each year in attracting better and bigger companies as well as interesting and relevant speakers and as a result has become the mining show in Asia to attend. It is now a “not to be missed’ event in the diary for us.” Bhagyash Dash, Director, Bromius Capital “The event is perfectly positioned to capture global junior miners and some of the most active investors in the space. I think this gives it the potential in time to rival Indaba or PDAC.” Hedley Widdup, Lion Manager “This year has been the best ever Mines and Money and we were able to arrange more than a dozen meaningful meetings with potential target companies. The harvest has been good so far.” Alain V. Fontaine, Ocean Equity Partners ‘Mines and Money Hong Kong seemed like a long shot for us. Our projects are in Eastern Europe and we are listed on the TSX; whilst we are regular attendees at the London event, we were unsure if there would be interest so far away and in a market that is more accustomed to investing in Asia and Australasia. We were pleasantly surprised, not only by the many familiar faces on the industry side but also by the real investor interest we had. Our booth was busy and we had a hectic and very productive one-on-one schedule dominated by new accounts with some new ideas.’ Donna Pugsley, Investor Relations, Lydian International “Mines and Money Hong Kong is now the ‘must attend’ conference for resource companies and investors in Australasia. Argonaut is excited to be sponsors in 2014.” Damian Rooney, Argonaut “As an active Principal investor, Mines and Money Hong Kong again proved itself to be a conducive catalyst for our investment horizons in 2014, and we consider it the premier event in Asia for participants with global physical and financial interests spanning the dry bulk and precious metal sectors” Brad Ridge - CEO/Principal Partner, Grid investment Capital “I find Mines and Money Hong Kong an invaluable part of the global mining industry conference circuit. It draws so many important players to Hong Kong which enables a very useful week of networking and learning. Given the need for funding that exists in the industry, I think the location is perfect and I expect to be back next year.” Tim Goldsmith, Partner, PwC “Northern Star Resources finds Mines and Money Hong Kong to be a “must-attend” event. It is one of the most important industry conferences on the global calendar.” Bill Beament, Managing Director, Northern Star Resources “XLX, as an investor in the resources sector, found the Mines and Money Conference in Hong Kong to be a most worthwhile event to; uncover new investment opportunities, and gain a better perspective of the outlook for the resources sector due to the quality of the attendee list and the location of the conference.” Wayne Seabrook, Director, XLX “The Mines and Money Hong Kong is now our main conference of the year and larger than any of the mining conferences in Australia. It is a great place where we can meet existing and future investors and as it is located in Asia it allows us to expand our investor base into Asia.” Richard Shemesian, Executive Director, Apollo Minerals “This was our first conference in the Asia region and we found Mines and Money Hong Kong to be the perfect forum to introduce Phoenix Gold to a mix of brokers, investors, bankers and industry service providers. The format was well thought out with short sharp presentations and convenient access to exhibitors. Phoenix only participates in 2-3 targeted conferences each year and Mines and Money Hong Kong is firmly on our list to return in 2014. Jon Price, Managing Director, Phoenix Gold “Truly the best Asia Pacific conference around that has grown tremendously in the 4-5 years since it started. A very good mix of Asian investor contacts combined with a format that allows for corporate networking.” Craig Lennon, Highlands Pacific “The Mines and Money Hong Kong event is one of the premier mining events of the season. Its location in Asia allows for an unique set of investors and companies to attend that are critical to understand in today’s complex global capital markets environment. It is a must attend event. “ Anthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan Resources “From an investment point of view the Mines and Money conferences are unique in that they cater not only too well versed professional investors but also to beginners who are able to move up the learning curve quickly. Furthermore they provide unlimited networking possibilities between both industry participants and investors. Not only a worthwhile experience but a must-attend event.” Terry Mahony, Deputy Chairman, Vina Capital “There is without a doubt no better conference than the Mines and Money annual Hong Kong gathering to hear about the latest outlook and opportunities for mining companies, capital providers, investors and service providers.” David Herratt, Non-executive Director, Crosby Capital For programme information and presentation submissions, please contact: Siobhan Corry, Programme Director, Mines and Money – siobhan.corry@minesandmoney.com +612 8252 9406 @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  3. 3. Global Mining Investment Expertise AGENDA AT A GLANCE Monday 24 March Tuesday 25 March Wednesday 26 March Thursday 27 March Friday 28 March BULKS, BASE AND INDUSTRIAL MINERALS DAY CONFERENCE DAY 1 CONFERENCE DAY 2 CONFERENCE DAY 3 POST-CONFERENCE WOKRSHOPS 11:00 Coffee The state of the mining industry and outlook for metals and minerals demand 11:00 Coffee AFRICA 13:00 Lunch 15:10 Coffee PRECIOUS 13:00 Lunch AFRICA 15:10 Coffee Welcome drinks PLENARY SESSIONS Mining company spotlights Mawson West Talga Resources Trans-Tasman Resources Venture Minerals Voyager Resources Coffee 11:20 15:10 Coffee HOT PICKS Gala dinner Debt Restructuring Farewell drinks Mining company spotlights 13:00 Lunch 13:40 steel manufacturers perspective – Asian predicting future needs • hich emerging economies are set to W driving steel demand? • teel recycling – current volumes and the S impact on demand for bulks • hat are the government’s plans for the W future development of the steel industry? • ow the steel industry could gain H efficiencies – and the impact on iron ore and coal Mining company spotlights 14:00 14:10 14:20 14:30 14:40 14:50 15:00 • re project delays to copper megaA projects leading to a supply side crunch? • o what extent is copper in a T consolidation phase, towards a medium term price increase? • opper as a long-term play – C opportunities for the patient investor Moderator: Geoff Candy, International Business Manager, Mineweb Mining company spotlights 15:50 16:00 16:10 16:20 16:30 16:40 16:50 17:00 anel discussion: Price outlook for P coking coal • ow long will it take for the market to H recover? • re we at the bottom of the price curve? A • ow much will a softening in Chinese H growth affect the price? • he Chinese import ban on lower quality T coal - is this still being planned, and what impact will it have on the market? • hat is the impact of new gas W discoveries on the demand and price for coal? Shaun Browne, Chairman, AME GROUP Coffee 15:30 anel: Opportunities for copper – the P increasing demand for a late cycle metal • redicting growth in China’s demand P and what is the current volume in stock pile? • redicting medium term copper needs for P other emerging economies ANEL 15:10 P Round table discussion groups Debt Restructuring 17:45 Close 18:00 Welcome drinks ANEL 11:40 BASE PLENARY SESSIONS 12:00 Alara Resources 12:10 Sumatra Copper and Gold 12:20 12:30 12:40 12:50 P I ron Ore – holding strong in the medium term? • hy has the iron ore remained strong W despite softening Chinese growth? • edium term Asian needs - predicting iron M ore demand over the next three years • xpansion programmes from the majors – E how likely is a near term over supply? • ho are the long term bears on iron ore W and why? Shaun Browne, Chairman, AME GROUP SPECIALITY Bulks, Base and Industrial Minerals Day Registration and morning coffee 09:00 Market themes and commodity prices 2014–18 • nd the next China is..... China! DemandA side rejuvenation to 2018 • ommodity hotspots: Why there is cause C for optimism and where • upply-side: The contrasting fortunes for S coking coal and iron ore • he boom is over: Long live the boom T Allan Trench, Regional Director, Dr Australasia, CRU Strategies Professor, University of Western Australia BULKS Alternative Funding Masterclass 13:00 Lunch 15:10 Coffee Networking reception Monday 24 March 2014 11:00 PLENARY SESSIONS Networking reception 08:45 Chairman’s opening remarks and business card exchange ASIA 15:10 Coffee PRECIOUS Americas Smart mining symposium Valuation and due diligence Masterclass BULKS 13:00 Lunch Mining minister’s summit Mining in a Day Base 10:00 10:10 10:20 10:30 10:40 10:50 BULKS Alternative Funding Masterclass 11:00 Coffee Smart mining symposium Valuation and due diligence Masterclass ASIA Mining minister’s summit Mining in a Day BULKS PRECIOUS 11:00 Coffee Smart mining symposium PRECIOUS Who is funding the next generation of mines? Mining minister’s summit 13:00 Lunch 08:00 State of Asian demand for resources ASX Listing workshop Mining in a Day A guide to hedging and market risk management Keynotes and exhibition day 3: Keynotes and exhibition day 2: 11:00 Coffee Base Plenary sessions: Plenary sessions: Keynotes and exhibition day 1: Smart mining symposium Mining in a Day BULKS Plenary sessions: A guide to hedging and market risk management To register please visit www.minesandmoney.com/hongkong or call us on +852 2219 0111 @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  4. 4. Global Mining Investment Expertise Tuesday 25 March 2014 The state of the mining industry and outlook for metals and minerals demand 08:30 Opening remarks from the Chair 09:10 State of the mining sector: creating shareholder value • o you create shareholder value by D building new mines? • rowth versus yield: is mining moving G from capital expansion to a cash flow business • hat opportunities are offered to W investors by majors divesting assets • re current delays to projects creating a A long term supply side deficit? • hat opportunities for recovery might W this offer the patient investors? 09:40 What has caused investors to turn off, and what will it take to get them interested in resources again? • ackling the issues that turn investors away T from projects: lack of performance, share price, dividends • nstitutional investors: moving away from I public to private investment? • s it a great time to buy undervalued assets? I Peter Kuang, CEO, Alpha Group Holdings Dr John Robertson, Director, EIM Capital Managers Mining company spotlights 10:20 Sharyn Gol 10:30 Undur Tolgoi 10:40 Lindian Resources 10:50 Majestic Gold KEY NOTE 08:50 eynote: Macro-analysis: the recovering K global economy – and the impact on commodity prices • xpansion in emerging markets amid E recovering US and EU – what are the GDP growth outlooks? • utlook for global markets and O the impact on manufacturing and infrastructure development • utlook for global growth and commodity O demand from China, India and the rest of Asia • mpact on trade flows and commodity I outlooks • here are we in the super cycle? W Keynotes and exhibition day one 11:00 Coffee 11. 20- 15 : 1 0 C H O O S E A S T R EAM: S TREAM 1 : Precious meta l s S T R EAM 2 : Africa 11:20 he gold investment market outlook T • n update on the political and economic fundamentals shaping the A gold market • evelopment-stage companies – the sector’s medium term future D source of supply – are trading below discovery cost. Are they unfinanceable? • hat is the appetite for gold equity investment amongst US investors? W • he growing emerging market demand for gold and the impact on T price • rojects are being cancelled or deferred indefinitely, how the certainty P of the long-term future supply? Adrian Day, Adrian Day Asset Management 11:20 nvestors panel discussion: Getting a balanced look at investment I in Africa This section will focus on investor experiences across the continent. Each speaker will give their experiences of potential mineral grades and returns, plus risk factors (including sovereign risk, mining taxes and access to assets). • West Africa (Nigeria, Ghana, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger) • ast Africa (Kenya) E • entral Africa (Gabon, Congo) C • outhern Africa (Zimbabwe, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia S • outh Africa S Simon Handelsman, Contributing Editor/Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia Mining company spotlights Mining company spotlights 12:00 Sumatra Copper Gold 12:10 Atlantic Gold 12:20 Crusader Resources 12:30 Evolution Mining 12:40 Gold Resource 12:50 Independence Group If you would like to host a round table, please contact Siobhan Corry on +612 8252 9406 or email siobhan.corry@ minesandmoney .com 13:00 Lunch 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. 12:00 Equatorial Resources 12:10 Papillon Resources 12:20 Volta Mining 12:30 Alliance Mining Commodities 12:40 Ampella Mining 12:50 13:00 Lunch 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. Mining company spotlights Mining company spotlights 14:00 LionGold 14:10 Sirius Resources 14:20 Manas Resources 14:30 Panoro Minerals 14:40 Renaissance Minerals 14:50 Rex Minerals 15:00 Santacruz Silver Mining 15:10 Coffee For programme information and presentation submissions, please contact: Siobhan Corry, Programme Director, Mines and Money – siobhan.corry@minesandmoney.com +612 8252 9406 ANEL 16:50 Current outlook for the monetary system and the role of gold David Tice, David W. Tice Assoc., Inc. 17:10 anel discussion: Update on the gold price P - where will it move in the next year? • here is the price going and what are the W drivers behind it? • re gold equities at the bottom of the price A curve? • mpact that gold warehousing is having on I price • he purchasing of gold by central banks: T • conomic sense or price manipulation? E • otable purchases from the developing N markets • he widening disparity between physical T and paper demand • e-monetisation of gold: will gold be going R into special drawing rights? • ebate: is gold a market based commodity? D David Tice, David W. Tice Assoc., Inc. Frank Holmes, CEO and Chief, Investment Officer, US Global Investors Rod Whyte, Principal, Whyte Associates P ANEL 16:00 Examining the ‘forgotten metals’ Charles Fear, Chairman CEO, Argonaut 16:20 anel discussion: time to buy - are we in P the early stages of the next bull market? • hy mining companies are providing a W once in a lifetime opportunities to buy • hallenging the notion that Chinese C growth is slowing – are they purchasing raw materials at record highs? • hen will the market stop feeling fear, W and start getting greedy again? • he opportunities for explorers and T producers in the next boom? • ith large projects cancelled and prices W rallying, are we looking at a supply side crunch? Moderator: Warren Gilman, Chairman CEO, CEF Holdings Panellists: Rod Nichol, Managing Director, Lionsgate Capital P 15:30 acro economy and the strategic role of M gold • roblems in the world economy P • oney printing and the destruction of M paper money • old as the only currency that has G survived throughout history • he importance of physical gold for T wealth preservation Egon von Greyerz, Founder Managing Partner, Matterhorn Asset Management AG 14:00 14:10 14:20 14:30 14:40 14:50 15:00 17:40 Close and Networking reception @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  5. 5. Global Mining Investment Expertise Conference day two Wednesday 26 March 2014 State of Asian demand for resources 08:30 Opening remarks from the Chair ANEL 09:00 OE Chinese outbound investment S panel: The growing funding opportunity for mining projects • xamining the transactional trends in E Chinese outbound direct investment over the last five years • hat Chinese outbound investment can W achieve in terms of access to consumers, resources, and expertise • inancial investment versus asset F ownership – what are the trends? • ey success factors for a Chinese K outbound investment Yu, Director, CPI International Jia Minerals Investment Co Fanglu Wang, Senior Managing Director, CITIC Capital Holdings P KEY NOTE 08:40 hina’s long term industrial outlook and C domestic consumption mix • hinese 5-10 year economic outlook: C Which commodities will China need? • ow much is growth really softening or H just coming down from record highs? • shift from industrial to consumer A demand: Opportunities for late cycle metals in China • hich metals are going to be stronger W than others? Winner and losers as china’s economy evolves • ssessing the impact of non-performing A loans and shadow banking on the Chinese economy 09:20 Chinese outbound investment trends – rise of private investors from China • ow QDII2 will increase flow of investment H capital from China into the global resources market • hy are Chinese investors emerging as key W players • ow to access Chinese investors H • hich geographies are attractive? W • hat are they investing in and in what W volumes? Biao Chen, Managing Partner, Jinjiang Mining Fund 09:40 Reducing capital investment risks within mining companies Michael MacFarlane, Former Executive Vice President, Strategy Business Planning, AngloGold Ashanti Mining company spotlights 10:00 lexander Molyneux, Chairman, A Azarga Resources 10:10 Celsius Coal 10:20 Haranga Resources 10:30 Queensland Coal 10:40 Tigers Realm Coal 10:50 Wolf Petroleum 11:00 Coffee 11. 20- 1 5 : 1 0 C H O O S E A S T R EAM: Precious meta l s Asia 11:20 urrent outlook for the monetary system and the role of gold C David Tice, David W. Tice Assoc., Inc. P ANEL P 11:40 orth American markets, commodities, and mining investment N • orth American financial markets: Past, present, and future N performance • ommodities: Supply and demand for oil, copper, gold, and uranium C • he changing financial sources for mining projects T • nvestment in exploration and mining companies I • ow to build a rewarding resource portfolio H Mickey Fulp, The Mercenary Geologist 11:20 anel discussion: Where next for investment in Mongolia? P • Update on the new foreign investment law – a positive turning point for Mongolia? • Impact of political interference on investment • Update on the political situation and regulations under new leadership • What is happening with the cancelled licenses currently in the Supreme Court? • Assessing the infrastructure/rail issues • Where are the success stories and next opportunities? • Should people be investing in Mongolia right now? ANEL P 11:40 nvestor panel discussion: Harnessing the investment potential of I Indonesia • Overview of foreign investment into Indonesian mining: Success and failures • Understanding the regulations around foreign direct investment into Indonesia • Assessing the risks of posed by resource nationalism, fiscal instability and new mining laws • Expected timescales for permit application to approval – potential for project delays? • Understanding domestic process obligations - how might this impact your investment ANEL Mining company spotlights 12:00 Blackham Resources 12:10 Bullabulling Gold 12:20 Bulletin Resources 12:30 Caledonia Mining 12:40 Gold Road Resources 12:50 Kula Gold Mining company spotlights 12:00 Mineral Resources Authority of Papua New Guinea 12:10 Realm Resources 12:20 East Asia Minerals 12:30 Vatukoula Gold Mines 12:40 PanTerra Gold 12:50 Highlands Pacific If you would like to host a round table, please contact Siobhan Corry on +612 8252 9406 or email siobhan.corry@ minesandmoney .com 13:00 Lunch 13:00 Lunch 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. Table 1: Peter Rozenauers, Director, Orion Mine Finance Fund 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. Table 1: Peter Rozenauers, Director, Orion Mine Finance Fund Bu l ks 13:40 Steel raw materials: Supply and demand trends – Identifying opportunities for investment and growth • mpact of global infrastructure development plans on demand for steel I raw materials • ron ore spot pricing trends and the impact on long term planning for I major projects • pdate on West African iron ore: Investor appetite post-Mali crisis U • o what extent do the headwinds to shale gas development offer T opportunities to coal investors? • ow bulk producers are managing costs to maximise margins and H shareholder returns • erro-alloys: Where are the opportunities – where are the market risks? F Asia 13:40 To register please visit www.minesandmoney.com/hongkong or call us on +852 2219 0111 Investing in mining projects in the Philippines • Flow of investment into the Philippines mining industry - recent deals • ow the Philippines is a good low-cost option for juniors H • ssessing the high grade commodities available A • nderstanding the risks of resource nationalism U • mportance of finding the right sized partner I • Assessing the available mineral resources in Myanmar – deposits and potential grades • The current state of the foreign investment law and implications for investors • ecent success stories from foreign investors R @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  6. 6. Global Mining Investment Expertise 14:00 Outlook for investing in Australian projects • ost environment of mining in Australia: C • s the dollar slips, will Australia become a more attractive investment A region? • ow does cost base in Australia compare internationally? H • ow competitive is the capital growth of new investments into H Australia? • epealing of the Mining Resources Rent tax: Will the new political R leadership make Australia more attractive to investment? • pdate on the current demand for Australian commodities U 14:00 Myanmar resources investment potential • Assessing the available mineral resources in Myanmar – deposits and potential grades • The current state of the foreign investment law and implications for investors • Recent success stories from foreign investors Paul Lock, Managing Director, Mandalay Mining Metals Mining company spotlights Mining company spotlights 14:20 Bathurst Resources 14:30 Yıldırım Holding Inc 14:40 14:50 15:00 14:20 Nautilus Minerals 14:30 Mandalay Mining Metals 14:40 Empire Securities Group 14:50 Besra 15:00 15:10 Coffee Innovative sources of funding P ANEL Thursday 27 March 2014 Who is funding the next generation of mines? 17:50 Close and Networking reception Conference day three 09:20 anel: where is the funding greenfield P projects? • ew sources of funding – where are N they? • ew funding structures – what is N available in 2014? • trategies for sourcing new investors S • mplications for the future of exploration I and the long term project pipeline P ANEL ANEL ANEL 09:40 MA trends – Divestments and acquisitions • here are the best emerging MA W opportunities? • hen is there going to be a wave of W MA? • ho is buying, and what size companies W and which commodities are they buying? • he outlook for MA to reduce risk for T shareholders • ase study of a successfully merged C company: How did they come together in difficult market conditions? 10:00 nd user panel: Partnering with E commodity producers through JVs and off take agreements • here do they see the greatest demand W for commodities right now and how are they securing that supply? • ho is providing it and how do you get W it? • dvantages of JVs between end users A and producers • ow JVs can work at an equity level and H a project level • hich stage of development does a W company need to be to attract a strategic investor? P P 09:00 Panel: A constructive discussion around the current funding environment for juniors • ith less investment capital to supply the W junior end of the market, what does this mean for the size and shape of the future pipeline? • hat indicators of quality should investors W be looking for in a project? • hy market cap is misleading indicator of W project quality • re we looking at five years of minimal A funding in the junior space and what can mine developers do about it? • ow many juniors are de-listing, moving H exchanges, or going to PE: Delving into the metrics? Anthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan Resources Blake Olafson, Managing Director, Whiterock Capital Hedley Widdup, Manager, Lion Selection Group 17:30 Asian investor panel: What is the best way to approach prospective Asian investors? • hat are Asian investors looking for in an W asset before they invest? • ow should mining companies market H themselves to Asian investors? • hat are the advantages of using a W broker? • he importance of relationship building T - how can a mining company interest potential investors? ANEL ANEL 16:40 Update on royalty finance – recent funding successes • omparing the advantages of royalty versus C stream finance • hich projects are ripe for royalty finance? W • as royalty finance reach its full potential H in the funding mix? Is there room for more players? • ow does royalty finance stack up against H more traditional funding - is it here to stay? 17:10 Creating growth opportunities with streaming finance models • uide to the streaming finance model – and G opportunities for mine developers • ow does stream finance fundamentally H differ from royalty finance? • dvantages of streaming models for A reducing rising cost base risks • hat stream companies look for in a W prospective investment project • ecent funding success and expected R returns for investors David Awram, Co-founder and Executive Vice President, Sandstorm P P 15:30 financing panel: Growing role of PE venture capital and private equity in filling the funding gap • hat stage of a project will attract venture W capital and private equity? • s private equity here to stay as a major I funder of mining development projects? • hat does a PE company want to see in W an asset before they will invest? • ridging the mismatch between a long B term mine development plan, and short sighted share price performance: VC versus PE Moderator: Bert Koth, Director, Denham Capital Panellists: Alain V. Fontaine, Partner, Ocean Equity Partners Didier LaMarche, Founder CEO, Adam Smith Capital Partners Richard Crookes, Investment Director, EMR Capital L ouis Rozman, Director, Pacific Road Capital Mason Hills, Partner, Resource Capital Funds 16:00 Venture capital in Hong Kong and sovereign wealth in the Asian century • hat is the vision for Hong Kong in its W expanding role as a global center of mining finance? • hat innovative investment models may W Hong Kong develop as financial architecture to support robust sovereign wealth access in the global resource sector? • hat role can new venture capital models W play to achieve productivity gains in the growth of resource companies into producing mines? • hat portion of the $500 billion of ODI W – Overseas Direct Investment planned by China over the next 5 years will fund managers of new investment models in Hong Kong need to support? Moderator: Adam Goern, TPA Co Ltd 10:30 21st Century megatrends and the implications for the mining industry: How a fox sees them • ow to look at the future like a fox H • he 21st Century Megatrends together with T the latest global economic scenarios, flags and probabilities • he implications for the mining industry T Clem Sunter, Scenario Planner and former Chairman and CEO, Gold and Uranium Division, Anglo American 11:00 Coffee 11. 20- 15 : 1 0 C H O O S E A S T R EAM: Bu l ks Americas 11:20 The evolving energy mix: what impact will new energy sources have on bulk demand? • hale and unconventional gas: how will it affect the commodity S consumption? • rojected impact on thermal coal demand P • eopolitical impact: The balance of supply/demand for energy G between Russia, the Arab world, US and EU • ow successful will the rest of the world be in trying to emulate US H shale success? • he rise of green energy and the impact on bulks T • hat role will gas in general play in energy consumption in the next 50 W years? 11:20 Update on mining investment in Canada • East versus west coast – which regions are producing good returns for investors? • ow receptive is the Canadian Government to mining and direct H foreign investment? • he Hong Kong-Canadian treaty – and advantages for investors T • ssessing the health of juniors on the TSX A • irst Nations F • Ports/Rail Developments For sponsorship, exhibition and spotlight presentations please contact Pablo Martin, Sales Director, Mines and Money – pablo.martin@minesandmoney.com +44 20 7216 6063 @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  7. 7. Global Mining Investment Expertise 11:40 Risks and returns in Latin America: panel of investor experiences This section will focus on investor experiences across the continent. Each speaker will give their impressions of potential returns, and risk factors (including security and political risks). Countries to be examined will be: • Peru • Chile • Columbia • Brazil • Argentina • exico M J orge Ramiro Monroy, Managing Director, Emerging Markets Capital Simon Handelsman, Contributing Editor/Adjunct Professor, University of British Columbia Mining company spotlights Mining company spotlights 12:00 12:10 12:20 12:30 12:40 12:50 12:00 Centaurus Metals 12:10 Western Potash 12:20 Crusader Resources 12:30 Panoro Minerals 12:40 12:50 13:00 Lunch 13:00 Lunch 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. If you would like to host a round table, please contact Siobhan Corry on +612 8252 9406 or email siobhan.corry@ minesandmoney .com 13:10 - Investor hosted round table discussions 14:00 Taking place in the networking exhibition hall, this is a great opportunity for miners to talk directly with a range of different investors in a relaxed environment. Miners will find out how to make their projects more appealing to prospective investors. B ase 13:40 Strategic minerals – To what extent are demand and supply constraints creating significant investment opportunities • Identifying key metals and minerals with growing demand and supply side constraints • ow resource nationalism is threatening supply chains for key minor H metals and minerals • trategies to meet the challenge of investing into commodities S characterised by small volumes • ey picks for strategic metals mining projects to watch K Mining company spotlights Mining company spotlights P Special ity 13:40 anel discussion: Outlook for uranium – a shrewd long term P investment? • overnments’ nuclear energy programmes – and the impact on the G demand/supply balance • ow much inventory has Japan built up post-Fukishima? Could it H lead to an oversupply of the market? • hat is the current Chinese stockpile? W • s marginal producers are suffering from low prices, is it a good time A to buy? Anthony Milewski, Principal, Black Vulcan Resources ANEL 14:00 Peninsula Energy 14:10 Toro Energy 14:20 14:30 14:40 14:50 15:00 14:00 14:10 14:20 14:30 14:40 14:50 15:00 15:10 Coffee Mining company spotlights 15:30 15:40 15:50 16:00 16:10 Chinalco Yunnan Copper Resources Discovery Metals Image Resources Sandfire Resources Western Areas Rutila Resources Rox Resources 16:20 Futurist perspective: Electric vehicles • ow will electric vehicles transform H transportation – and transform the metals industry? • mpact on commodity prices of a reduced I reliance on oil and steel • xamining the commodities that will E benefit: lithium, copper and aluminium 17:00 Close and Gala dinner Additional summits, workshops and master classes Monday 24 March 2014 Mining in a day A guide to mining industry fundamentals for nonmining professionals From geology, exploration and extraction to mining costs, economics and profitability – A guide to the mining business for non-mining professionals. 08:00 Registration and morning coffee 09:00 Industry overview 09:40 Guide to basic mineral geology 10:20 Exploration and discovery 11:00 Refreshments break 11:20 Preparing to mine – development and construction 11:40 Mining and extraction 12:40 QA 13:00 Lunch break 14:00 Processing and delivery 14:40 Life of mine and mine closure 15:00 Refreshment break 15:20 Funding and financing 16:00 Mining investment basics 16:40 Questions and discussion 17:00 Close Tuesday 25 March 2014 ASX Listing workshop 11:20am – 12:50pm Wednesday 26 March 2014 Mining minister’s summit M ining minister’s summit Government meets majors symposium • vercoming the challenges of resource O nationalisation • nvestment stability I • isks of local conflict R • orking with local communities W • eveloping a strategy with NGOs D • ax and royalty planning T include session: ‘Critical minerals in To Greenland’ from Henrik Stendal, Head of Geology Department, Ph.D., Ministry of Industry Mineral Resources Greenland For programme information and presentation submissions, please contact: Siobhan Corry, Programme Director, Mines and Money – siobhan.corry@minesandmoney.com +612 8252 9406 Thursday 27 March 2014 Smart mining symposium S mart mining symposium: Maximisation of assets and productivity, and new technology aimed to reduce production / operational costs 9:00 Need for innovation in exploration technology 9:40 Maximisation and productivity 10:20 New technology aimed to reduce production / operational costs 11:00 Morning coffee 11:20 Sustaining and optimising existing assets 12:00 Streamlining costs in exploration 12:40 Minimising costs of extraction 13:20 Lunch 14:20 Minimising costs in production 15:00 Improving under performing assets 15:40 Productivity and labour productivity benchmarking 16:20 Close of symposium @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  8. 8. Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Social Calendar Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 will feature a whole week of social events to help you maximise your networking opportunities in Hong Kong. There will be networking drinks receptions each evening and on Thursday 21 March we will be holding the black tie Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Asia Mining Awards Gala Dinner (sold out in 2013) About the 2014 Asia Mining Awards Gala Dinner Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Capacity: Limited to 800 (sells out early – so book your tickets soon) Table bookings: secure a branded table of ten for your company email To pablo.martin@minesandmoney.com for prices and availability Asia Mining Awards 2014 Nominations: Nominated by the industry and shortlisted by the editorial team at Mining Journal and ResourceStocks, the Asia Mining Awards celebrate the best and brightest from across Asia’s diverse mining industry. Award categories include: Discovery of the Year Project Development of the Year Deal of the Year Mining Country of the Year Social, Community or Environmental Project of the Year Mining Personality of the Year The nomination process for the Asia Mining Awards 2014 will open in December – visit www.MinesandMoney.com/HongKong for more information. To register please visit www.minesandmoney.com/hongkong or call us on +852 2219 0111 Add your social function to the calendar of events taking place alongside Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Mines and Money Hong Kong provides the ideal occasion to hold mining-related networking events in Hong Kong. If you would like to advertise your social function on the Mines and Money Hong Kong website please contact Charlie Hastings, Marketing Director, Mines and Money on charlie.hastings@minesandmoney.com Please note, priority for listing will be given to event sponsors and supporters of Mines and Money. @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  9. 9. INVESTOR AUDIENCE Mines and Money’s key premise is to introduce mining investment opportunities to the investment community. Over the past six years the Mines and Money Hong Kong has welcomed a huge number of investors from a wide variety of investment companies from all over the world. These buyside investors include fund managers, asset managers, private equity, investment managers, sovereign wealth funds, SOEs and private investors. Some of the companies who have visited Mines and Money Hong Kong over the past six years looking for investment deals are listed below: Investment companies 23 Degrees Capital Partners 90 West Asset Management Absolute Asia Asset Management Acacia Capital Management Access Investment Management Acorus Capital Acuity Capital Adam Smith Asset Management Adrian Day Asset Management Advanced Capital Partners Affinity Capital AfricAsia Capital Aggregated Capital AIF Capital Aiwin Asset Management Alliance International Holdings Allianz Global Investors Allied Strategic Resources AllPanther Asset Management Alpha Pacific Capital Alto Capital Altruist Financial Group AM Capital Anjons Investments AP Capital Group APAC Resources Ark Equities Arnott Capital Asia Alternative Asset Management Asia Capital Investment Partners Asia Hausse Capital Asia Pacific Investment Partners Asia Resources Capital Asia Star Capital Asset Growth Fund Aswath Capital Aterra Capital Atlantis Investment Management Hong Kong Greystone Fund Axiom Investment Management Baker Steel Capital Managers Ballingal Investment Advisors Barclays Natural Resource Investments Baring Asset Management Baring Private Equity Barren Joey Capital Beijing Huazan Investment Co Beijing Jiucai Mining Investment Co Beijing Yongtu Investment Co Bennelong Asset Management Bergen Asset Management Bikini Atoll Investment Billion Million International Invest Bizzell Capital Partners BlackPine Private Equity Partners Bosera Asset Management Bromius Capital BSP Capital BTG Pactual Asia Bucephalus Capital Management Canada Monetary Corporation Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Cannizaro Capital Partners Cannon Investment Management Capital Investment Partners CapitalAsia Asset Management Carval Investors CCB International Asset Management CDIB Capital International Corporation CEF Holdings Central Asset Investments CGS Asset Management Charlemagne Capital Cheever Asset Management Cheever Investment Group Holdings Chifley Investor Group Chimaera Capital Management China Africa Development Fund China High Growth Fund China International Capital Corporation China Investment Corporation China Life Franklin Asset Management China Merchants Fund Management China Mining United Fund China-Africa Development Fund China-ASEAN Capital Advisory CITIC International Assets Management CITIC Kazyna Investment Fund CITIC Private Equity Funds Management CITIC United Asia Investments CITIC-Kazyna Investment Fund Clearwater Capital Partners CM-Equity CMS Asset Management CMU-CAP Asset Management Contango Asset Management CPI International Minerals Investment Co Credit Suisse Asset Management Crown One Asset Management Da Vinci Asset Management Darwin Investment Managers Denham Capital Management Ding Tai Fund East Park Investment Management Element Commodities Emerging Markets Capital Emerging Resources Capital Partners EMR Capital Etoile Asset Management Fidelity Asset Management First Reserve International Focus Capital Investment Fortune Asset Management Fosun Group Foundation Asset Management Frontier Asia Capital FSP Funds Management Fujian Investment Group Galena Asset Management Gazelle Capital General Enterprise Management Services – GEMS HK Genesis Investment Management Global Edge Investors Golden Investment Holdings Golden Touch Asset Management Gottex Penjing Asset Management Government of Singapore Investment Corporation Grafton Resource Investment Fund Green Mountains Investments Greenwoods Asset Management Grid Investment Capital Griffin Family Super Fund Grove Capital Group Guangdong International Capital Guangdong Rising Mining Investment Co Harmony Asset Management HCC Assets Management HFZ Capital Management Hong Yun Capital Hony Capital HQH Capital Infinitas Asset Management Inter-Asia Great Steppe Management Investors Group Investors Mutual Ivory Capital Jaguar Asset Management JC Asset Management Jefferies Jolimont Capital Juniper Capital Partners Kazakhstan Hong Kong Development Fund Keywise Capital Management Khan Investment Management Kima Capital Management Kinetic Investment Partners Kingho Investment KIS Capital Partners Korea Investment Management Kylin International Investment Management L1 Capital Lainston Capital Lake House Group LakePond Capital Legend Capital Partners Leon CVM Capital Management Leopard Capital OFFICIAL MEDIA Libra Capital Management Lighthouse Partners LIM Advisors LinQ Group Lion Selection Group LionRock Capital Lionsgate Capital LKF Capital Lloyd George Management Locantro Capital Lockheed Martin Investment Management Lotus Asset Management LQ Asset Management Lunar Capital Management MacRitchie Metals Manulife Asset Management Maoming Investment Map Capital Advisors Matchpoint Investment Management Melbury Capital Meridian Fund Managers Merriman Fund Millennia Investment Management Mitchell Peterson Capital Partners Mitsubishi UFJ Investment Services Moore Capital Moser Capital Mount Kellett Capital Myriad Asset Management Noonday Asset Management Novena Capital Management Oak Sky Capital Oaktree Capital Oasis Management Oberweis Asset Management OC Funds Management Ocean Equity Partners Oceana Investments Oceanic Asset Management OCH-ZIFF Capital Management OGL Resources Origo Partners Otan Property Funds Management Ozone Capital Pacific Road Capital Management Pacific West Asia Asset Management Paradice Investment Management Paradigm Capital Management Pathway Capital Peak Investment Partners Pegasus Global Wealth Perennial Investment Partners Pernik Capital Philippe Investment Management Polunin Capital Partners Prince Street Capital Mangement Private Portfolio Managers Qinglan Blue Ocean Mining Investment Fund Quam Asset Management Quam Capital Raffles Capital Ramornie Capital Rare Earth Capital RBC Investment Management RDP Fund Management Redwood Capital Regal Funds Management Regatta Capital Management Group Resource Capital Funds Management Rhodium Capital Richmond Asset Management Rongxin 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  10. 10. Showcasing global mining to Asia’s capital providers companies exhibiting and speaking With the floorplan filling up fast, mining companies confirmed to exhibit at the 2014 show so far include: Spotlight speakers and exhibitors Alara Resources Alcyone Resources Alliance Mining Commodities ALS Minerals Group Altan Rio Minerals AME Ampella Mining Anova / African Energy Archipelago Resources Argonaut Aspire Mining ASX Atlantic Gold Attila Resources Azarga Resources Azumah Resources B2Gold Bathurst Resources Behre Dolbear International Bergen Assett Management Besra Blackham Resources Bullabulling Gold Bulletin Resources Caledonia Mining Cazaly Celsius Coal Centaurus Metals Challenger Deep Resources Chinalco Yunnan Copper Resources Crusader Resources CSA Global Dassault Systems Exhibitors Department of Mines and Petroleum Western Australia Discovery Metals East Asia Minerals Emerging Asia Capital Emmerson Resources Empire Securities Group Energold Drilling Enterprise Uranium Equatorial Resources Evolution Mining First Majestic Silver Flinders Mines Gold Reach Resources Gold Resource Gold Road Resources GV Gold Haranga Resources HCF Highlands Pacific Image Resources Independence Group Indodrill Group of Companies Intertek Genalysis Intierra RMG Iron Ore Holdings Jing Capital Kasbah Resources Kula Gold Lindian Resources Liongold Majestic Gold Manas Resources Mandalay Mining Metals Matsa Resources Mawson West Micromine Middle Island Resources Mineral Resources Authority of Papua New Guinea Minesonline.com Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources Greenland Ministry of Northern Development and Mines Monument Mining Nautilus Minerals Olympus NDT One Asia Resources Orpheus Energy Panoro Minerals PanTerra Gold Papillon Resources Patersons Securities Peak Resources Peninsula Energy Perisson Petroleum Platform Communications Pluton Resources Professional Public Relations PT SMG Consultants PT Thiess Contractors Indonesia Queensland Coal Ravensgate Mining Consultants RBS Morgans Realm Resources Red 5 Reflex Instruments Renaissance Minerals Rex Minerals Rock People Rox Resources Runge Pincock Minarco Rutila Resources Sandfire Resources Santacruz Silver Mining Sharyn Gol Silver Lake Resources Sirius Resources SNL Metals Economics Group Snowden SRK Consulting St Augustine Gold Copper Sumatra Copper and Gold Talga Resources Tigers Realm Coal Toro Energy Trans-Tasman Resources Undur Tolgoi Minerals Unity Mining Vatukoula Gold Mines Venture Minerals Volta Mining Voyager Resources Western Areas Western Potash Wolf Petroleum Yildirim Holding Zimtu Capital Corporation Mines and Money Hong Kong 2014 Sponsors Mines and Money Hong Kong is the perfect location to showcase your brand and expertise to the mining and finance community. Contact pablo.martin@minesandmoney.com to join the list of leading companies already confirmed as sponsors for 2014 Platinum Sponsors Silver Sponsors Gold Sponsors T H E AU S T R A L I A N S TO C K B RO K E R Mandalay Mining and Metals REALM COAL Wolf Petroleum Mongolian Oil Gas Exploration Development Company Runge Pincock Minarco DIMENSION (5W x 9H), PAPER WT. (300 GRAMS), 3MM BLEED C0 M0 Y0 K9.77 For sponsorship, exhibition and spotlight presentations please contact Pablo Martin, Sales Director, Mines and Money – pablo.martin@minesandmoney.com +44 20 7216 6063 C100 M82 Y0 K30 C0 M95 Y100 K0 C0 M0 Y0 K59.77 C100 M0 Y91 K42 C0 M0 Y0 K90 @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  11. 11. The deal-making forum for miners and investors Mines and Money Hong Kong is a place where relationships are born and deals are struck. We are expecting more than 3000 participants at the 2014 event and the 270 stand exhibition is already filling up fast. New extended floorplan for 2014 M15 M16 Media Room M17 M18 A59 A60 A61 A62 A63 A55 A54 A53 A52 A51 A46 A39 Interview Area A58 A45 A56 Media Rooms A57 A47 A48 A49 A50 Sponsored Feature Zone 1 Bar Sponsored Feature Zone 2 Business Lounge J52 C52 D51 B50 C49 D52 E51 E52 F51 F52 G51 G52 J51 E49 B52 C51 E50 F49 F50 G49 G50 J49 C50 A38 J50 A44 M19 A43 Bloomberg Internet Area A40 A37 A42 A41 B48 C47 C48 E47 E48 F47 F48 G47 G48 B46 C45 C46 D45 D46 E45 E46 F45 F46 G45 G46 H45 H46 J45 B44 C43 C44 D44 E43 E44 F43 F42 G44 H43 H44 J43 D42 E42 F41 G42 H42 J47 A36 M13 M1 M10 M9 M8 M7 M6 M5 M4 A8 A33 A32 A31 A30 A25 A26 A27 A29 1 on 1 Meeting Zone A28 A22 Meeting Rooms M11 A34 A24 A9 M2 M12 A35 A23 A21 A20 A19 A18 A17 A10 A11 A12 A13 A14 A6 A5 A4 A3 A2 B42 A16 A1 A M3 A7 Investor Forum Stream 2 A15 Sponsored Refreshments J34 J32 B34 Plenary Hall Entrance/Exit plus many more... Please enquire Pablo.Martin@MinesandMoney.com C32 E31 E32 F31 F32 G31 G32 J31 B29 Sponsorship opportunities: • Plenary Hall • Investor Forum • 1-on-1 Meeting Zone • Business Lounge SOLD • Bar • Feature Zone • Refreshments • Internet Area SOLD B32 C31 B30 C29 C30 E29 E30 F29 F30 G29 G30 J29 B27 B28 C27 C28 D27 D28 E27 E28 F27 F28 G27 G28 H27 H28 J27 B25 B26 C25 C26 D25 D26 E25 E26 F25 F26 G25 G26 H25 H26 J25 B23 B24 C23 C24 D23 D24 E24 F24 G23 G24 H23 H24 J23 B22 C22 F22 G22 H22 B12 C12 Sponsored Refreshments B10 C9 C10 D9 D10 B8 C7 C8 D7 D8 E7 E8 F7 F8 G7 B6 C5 C6 D5 D6 E5 E6 F5 F6 B4 C3 C4 D3 D4 E3 E4 F3 F4 B2 C1 C2 D1 D2 E1 E2 F1 F2 J30 J28 J26 J24 J22 Plenary Hall Entrance/Exit B11 B9 B7 B5 B3 = already booked B1 = reserved for sponsors only Stage Meeting Rooms M14 B C E10 D Investor Forum Green Room E F J12 J11 G10 F10 H10 J9 J10 H8 J7 Stage J8 G8 H7 G5 G6 H5 H6 J5 J6 G3 G4 H3 H4 J3 J4 G1 G2 H1 H2 J1 J2 G H J Investor Forum Stream 1 ENTRANCE / EXIT “ I would say the event is a “must-go” for all those engaged in the industry.” Kenneth Wong, Project Manager, CITIC United Asia Investments For sponsorship, exhibition and spotlight presentations please contact Pablo Martin, Sales Director, Mines and Money – pablo.martin@minesandmoney.com +44 20 7216 6063 @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney
  12. 12. Register now for the best rates Phone +852 2219 0111 Email info@beaconevents.com Fax +852 2219 0112 Mail: Beacon Events Limited 20/F Siu On Centre, 188 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong Brochure Code: MH800PM WEB Conference Code: MH800 Click here to submit form via email Hotel information For hotel booking information please contact: Farrington American Express Travel Services Tel (main): +852 2808 2828 Hotline: +852 3121 3121 Fax: +852 2808 1234 Email: info@farringtonamex.com Online: www.amextravel.com.hk Venue Information Hong Kong Convention Exhibition Centre 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong, China Tel: +852 2582 8888 E-mail: info@hkcec.com Online: www.hkcec.com.hk I will attend: ✓ Days Fee Table (USD) Book by 13 December 2013 SAVE Book by 24 January 2014 SAVE Book before 28 February 2014 SAVE Thereafter 5 Day Pass 5 US$3,995 1,000 US$4,295 700 US$4,595 400 US$4,995 4 Day Pass 4 US$3,595 650 US$3,795 450 US$4,045 200 US$4,245 3 Day Pass 3 US$2,795 550 US$2,995 350 US$3,195 150 US$3,345 Gala Dinner US$295 US$295 US$295 US$295 On-site registration/payment: US$200 surcharge will be collected and no discounts are available. Early bird rates are contingent upon payment being received within 14 days from the registration date. Group discounts are available for three or more bookings from one company, please contact the organisers for more information. Please indicate which days you would like to attend: 24 March 2014 25 March 2014 26 March 2014 27 March 2014 28 March 2014 Please indicate which additional sessions you would like to attend (price included in the day passes): 24 March – Bulks, Base and Industrial Minerals Day 24 March – Mining in a Day 24 March – Valuation and Due Diligence Masterclass 24 March – A guide to hedging and market risk management 28 March – Alternative funding and debt restructuring masterclass Delegate 1 (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Dr) First Name Job title Tel Surname Email Mobile Approving Manager First Name Job title Surname Email Fax Yes, I would like to receive information on future events via email. By giving you my email address I am giving only the organisers the permission to contact me by email. Delegate 2 (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Dr) First Name Job title Tel Surname Email Mobile Approving Manager First Name Job title Surname Email Fax Yes, I would like to receive information on future events via email. By giving you my email address I am giving only the organisers the permission to contact me by email. Delegate 3 (Please use BLOCK LETTERS) (Mr/Mrs/Ms/Miss/Dr) First Name Job title Tel Surname Email Mobile Approving Manager First Name Job title Surname Email Fax Yes, I would like to receive information on future events via email. By giving you my email address I am giving only the organisers the permission to contact me by email. Your Company Details Company Name Business Nature Address City No. of Employees State Postcode Country Conference Code: MH800 Payment Details (Tick one only) Accept enclosed cheque made payable to Mines and Money Events Ltd Please invoice me Credit Card (complete details on the right) Credit Card Card Type: Card No. Cardholder’s Name Cardholder’s Signature Expiry Date (mm/yy) Payment Amount Security Code (CVV2): Date 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 discounts are 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 organisers can also provide a credit note for attendance at the any other Mines and Money event for cancellations received 14 days prior to the event. Alternatively, a 50% refund will be provided for cancellations received in writing (letter or 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 or cancellation 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 of any event. ©2013 Mines and Money Events Ltd. All rights reserved. Register now: www.MinesandMoney.com/HongKong @MinesandMoney t inyurl.com/MinesandMoney

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