The second Australian Resources Chinese Investment Congress in Adelaide next month will enable potential investors to gain an insight into investment opportunities in Australian resources mining, in particular uranium, oil and gas, and renewable energy.
It will also provide a forum for discussion of best practice models of achieving successful and sustainable relationships between Australian and Chinese companies and investors.
In its second year, the congress will be held on July 15 and 16 at The Grand Stamford Hotel Glenelg, Adelaide.
The Australian Resources Chinese Investment Congress has attracted a number of top quality speakers representing many aspects of the investment process as well as the resources industry.
They include South Australian Premier Mike Rann, Resources & Infrastructure South Australia deputy chief executive Paul Heithersay, Norman Waterhouse Lawyers associate Timothy Williams, Department of Primary Industries and Resources SA director (Major Projects & Investment Attraction) Joe Mastrangelo, BDO Australia’s chair & lead partner (China Advisory Services) Dennis Lin, and Ernst & Young partner Sean van der Linden.
Registration for the event includes attendance to the presentations and exhibition area, lunches and tea breaks each day and attendance at the conference cocktail party on Thursday, July 15.
For further information or to register as a delegate go to www.verticalevents.com.au/arci/