Organizers have released the program for this year’s Mines & Money Beijing conference in June. The three-day event is regarded as China’s premier mining and investment forum.
It will be held from June 19 to 21 at the China World Summit Wing in Beijing. International mining projects will be exhibited to delegates, while more than 60 guest speakers will share their investment and deal-making tips.
The managing director of the Bank of China International, Amy Cheng, is headlining the keynote speakers at the forum. Silvercorp chairman Rui Feng and Raw Materials Group’s senior partner Magnus Ericsson are also among the list of speakers.
This year’s event aims to provide expert analysis on the evolution of outbound Chinese investment. Mines & Money Beijing’s Pablo Martin says China’s rapid urbanization and industrialization is fuelling an unprecedented demand for metals and power and Chinese companies are scouring the world for secure supplies of natural resources.
“Mines & Money Beijing 2012 will bring together some of the most influential decision makers within the Chinese outbound mining investment community, as well as leading international mining companies, finance and investment experts, market analysts and professional services.
“Mines & Money is one of the world’s best forums for sourcing business partners, investors and investment opportunities,” he says.
The program has been scheduled into country focus sessions and spotlights on commodities and individual projects.