It is coming at the end of next week !
Register today to attend CTMF 2019
Sunday April 28 to Wednesday May 1

See the list of panels and companies attending below

Are you in need of meeting an angel investor? Raising capital for the next phase of your project? from earliest exploration to development and expansions as well as restructurings

The CTMF audience reflects the level and expertise of the roster of panelists. They are working round the world, involved with the latest deals, financing and mergers and acquisitions!


Hear and meet the panelists and delegates who evaluate, anticipate, track, manage and reduce risks
impacting raising capital in mining

Here is the agenda - Space is limited

Join with the New York business community who can register to attend any of the five informative workshops and receptions

Meet and network with senior representatives, officers and partners of these firms registered to attend as of early April

These and other banking, finance, accounting, royalty, streaming, private equity and investment firms: Accendo Banco; AXA XL; BMO Capital Markets; BNP Paribas Securities; BNP Paribas; Canada, Government of; Capstone Headwaters; Citibank Corporate & Investment Bank; Commonwealth Bank of Australia; Desjardins Securities; Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc.; Duff & Phelps Ltd; Erdenes Mongol; Ernst & Young Canada; E&Y; Export Development Canada; FTI Consulting; Franco-Nevada Corp.; German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA), Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR); Government of Quebec; IBK Capital; ING Capital; ING; International Finance Corp/ World Bank Group; Investissment Quebec; KPMG Canada; Maverix Metals Inc.; Moelis & Company; Murdock Capital; Northcott Capital; Orion Mine Finance; Quebec, Government of; Red Cloud Klondike Strike; Resource Capital Fund; Ressources Quebec; Rothschild; S&P Global Ratings; Sandstorm Gold Ltd.; Société Générale; Societe du Plan Nord, Quebec; The World Bank; Triple Flag Mining Finance Ltd; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; USG; Zurich NA and others

These exploration and mining companies and officials from government agencies supporting mineral and mining investment from around the world: Agnico Eagle Mines; AmAuCu Mining Corp.; Ammonite Resources; ArcelorMittal Canada; Atlantic Gold Corporation; Aura Minerals; BHP; BlackRock Metals; Canada, Government of; Coeur Mining, Inc.; Controlled Thermal Resources; Doré Copper Mining Corporation; Dundee Precious Metals; Emergent Technology; Erdenes Mongol; Export Development Canada; First Quantum Minerals Limited; Franco-Nevada Corporation; German Mineral Resources Agency (DERA), Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR); Glencore; Global Sea Mineral Resources; Hecla Mining; Hudbay Minerals Inc.; International Finance Corporation/World Bank Group Investissement Quebec; Jaxon Mining Inc.: KGHM International; Kinross Gold Co.; Leagold Mining Corporation; Lundin Mining Corp.; Maverix Metals; Mines Royales Quebec; Monarques Gold Corp.; Newmont Mining Corp.; Nouveau Monde Graphite; Novagold Resources; Ocean Minerals LLC; Orvana Minerals Corp.; PolyMet Mining; Quebec Precious Metals Corp; Ressources Quebec; Royal Gold; Sandspring Resources Ltd; Sandstorm Gold Ltd.; Sirios Resources; Societe du Plan Nord, Quebec; Sphinx Resources; Teck Resources; Texas Mineral Resources; Torex Gold Resources; Twin Pines Resources; U.S. Department of Interior, Bureau of Land Management; and others

These engineering, construction, equipment, legal, accounting, technology and other advisory companies will be there: Abernathy MacGregor; Agapito Associates; Baker McKenzie; Behre Dolbear; Black & Veatach; Blake, Cassels & Graydon; Bloomberg Intelligence; Bradford Consulting; Brattle Group; Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck; Cementation USA; Clear Creek Digital; Colorado School of Mines; Columbia University Water Center; Control Risks; CPM Group; CRU; DLG Consultants; EARTHRES Group; ESG Consulting; Fasken Martineau DuMoulin; GeoGlobal; GE-Wabtec; Golder; Groff Engineering & Consulting LLC; Gustavson Associates; Hatch Advisory; Hatch; Hoal Consulting; House Mountain Partners; IDS GeoRadar; Independent Mining Consultants; InfoMine USA; Intera; Kappes Cassidy & Associates; Lauras Liasons; LaszloPhoto; McGriff, Siebels & Williams; Millcreek Engineering; Miller Thomson; Mining Development Services, LLC; Mining Journal; Near Earth LLC; New Space Analytics LLC; NY SME; Panattoni Development; Penguin Automated Systems.; PMV Research; Proudfoot Consulting; Ramboll; Raw Materials & Ironmaking Global Consulting; RESPEC; Riivos; Roscoe Postle Associates; RPM Global; Samuel Engineering; Sanford Rose Associates; SCM Decisions; Sepor Services; Shearman & Sterling; SME; Social Capital Group; SRK Consulting; Stagg Resource Consultants; Stantec; SynTerra; TAA Advisory; Technology Metals Research; The Climate Service; Tierra Group International; University of Delaware; Watson Environmental; Weir International; Westech Engineering; White & Case LLP; Wiley Rein LLP; Wood Plc; and others.

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SME's 7th annual
Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference
Sunday April 28 - Wednesday May 1, 2019
in New York City about

Smarter Mining and Finance: How are Technology and Innovation Disrupting Mining Economics? New Frontiers and Risks
Connecting Mining, Finance & Engineering Executives TM

Hear about the latest trends and best practices from leading advisers and financiers about how miners manage technical, non-technical, social, regulatory, and financial risks today

Space is limited
Join us on Sunday April 28th - Wednesday May 1, 2019


The focus of CTMF Conferences is about the outlook, trends and non-technical and technical issues that affect capital raising in the global mining industry.

 Hear and meet these key note speakers and many other influential leaders

Gov of Quebec's Pierre Fitzgibbon, Minister of Economy and Innovation & Minister Responsible for Lanaudière Region discuss What makes operating & investing in  Quebec's mineral rich province  attractive 

Ross Bhappu, Head of Private Equity Funds at  Resource Capital Funds  discuss Where are the Public Markets for Mining? And how do we get them back?

Casey Hammond, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management, U.S. Department of the Interior will speak about 
Latest developments impacting mining in the U.S. and Navigating the U.S. permitting system and operating environment

Miners are facing unprecedented challenges, experiencing rapid
change, adopting to new rules and technology.

How are managers, investors, leaders adapting?

There will be more than 28 round table panel discussions

Hear and meet the many leading experts engage in informative round table discussions about these critical issues impacting raising capital today
 
Capital Markets Review and Key Trends in Mining
Disruption in Mining Finance – Show me the money!
Mining M&A and Consolidation Trends
Metals Pricing Trends & Outlook: What’s Different?
Investment Implications of U.S. SEC’s Rule S-K 1300 
Critical Battery Trends’ Impact on Raw Materials Supply Chains

Important Local, Federal, Government Tax Law Changes
Extraterrestrial (Space) Mining, Challenges and Opportunities
Navigating Financial Assurance Requirements for Mines
Ocean Minerals: A New Frontier to Recover Minerals 
Post Investment Technical Reviews to Minimize Loss of Value
Energy Prices, Trends and Opportunities 
Why Some Mining Projects Succeed and Some Fail 

Dealing with Political Risk in the Mining Industry 
What is Different Today for Miners Looking to Raise Capital?
Alternatives: Royalties, Streaming, Pre-Payments: Part One
Importance & Use of Geo-Metallurgy in Scoping & Feasibility Studies
Alternative Sources of Capital in Mining: Part Two 
SEC S-K 1300: New Property Disclosure for Mining Registrants

Getting the Attention of Investors for Exploration Finance
Minerals and Mining Project Appraisal and Valuation 
China Driving Demand, Prices and Opportunities
Mining Cost and Operating Issues and Trends
Managing Social Issues in a Changing World 

Tailings Facilities: A Primer for Potential Financiers 
Measuring Climate Risk to Mining and Infrastructure Projects
Transforming Mines with Integrated Digital Operational Platforms 
Navigating the U.S. Permitting System and Operating Environment 
Water Risks: Approaches to Avoid Problems and Failure
Favorable Investment Jurisdictions in the Americas

Read the agenda here with many key influential speakers

The format allows you to ask questions of experts funding, advising, evaluating projects, operations world wide. They manage and advise about the non-technical and technical, financial, business and jurisdictional risks.

New York's finance and banking community are welcome to register to attend the receptions and any of the five informative and engaging workshops

  1. Mine to Mill Reconciliation and Assessment of Productivity of a Mining Project over its Life: Importance of Post Investment Reviews
  2. Political Risk - Recognizing Its Impact on Mining Operations, Corporate Strategy and Investment Decision-Making
  3. Are you ready? A Comprehensive Approach to Navigate the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission’s New Mining Property Disclosure Requirements
  4. Valuing Mineral Assets & Operations: Understanding Valuation Issues
  5. Measuring Climate Risks' Impact on Mining and Infrastructure

In 2018 290+ leaders attended from 21 countries and 40+ mining & exploration companies, with officials from Australia, Canada, Germany, Mexico, and Quebec

Together with sponsors , chairs, speakers, workshop organizers we look forward to a great event with plenty of time for all to meet and talk with industry leaders

We hope you join us! Register now  

We hope to see you there!
Tim Alch
2019 CTMF Conference Program Chair
Executive Director of NY SME
timalch@gmail.com
About New York SME - Organizer of the annual CTMF Conferences
Join us at SME's 7th annual Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference. NY SME is a section of Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) that dates back to 1871 when a handful of mining engineers in New York City founded the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers (AIME). SME is an international member society of AIME comprised of more than 14,000 executives, engineers, geologists, metallurgists, educators, students and researchers professionals in the minerals industry in 100 countries.

NY SME CTMF Event Contacts:
Tim Alch, Exec. Dir. NY SME and CTMF Co-Chair (E) timalch@gmail.com
Alan Oshiki, CTMF Co-Chair & EVP, Abernathy MacGregor (E) aho@abmac.com
Register now to attend CTMF 2019 to meet all at another content-rich, networking event. Space is limited. Join the sponsors