May 11, 2012

Find out what China's mining investors will be looking for in 2012-13

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With economic indicators in Q1 showing more  positive figures than many expected, China's economy looks set for a  "soft" landing. 

With growth looking to stay comfortably above  8% in 2012 and urbanisation continuing apace, China's metals and mining  companies are scouring the globe for natural resources to help fuel this rapid  economic development.
 
Find out what China's mining investors are buying, how they select  an investment target and how the global mining community can benefit, by  joining over 600 mining and investment professionals at the Mines and Money Beijing 2012 Conference and Exhibition at the China World Summit Wing, Beijing on 19-21 June 2012. 
 
Download the latest congress brochure here or alternatively register  now at the Mines and Money Beijing website.
 
Get to know the key players in China's  outbound investment deal flow
 
Bringing clarity to  the often confusing and secretive outbound investment market, speakers at Mines  and Money Beijing are drawn from those with an intimate understanding of  China's metals and minerals needs and outbound investment deal flows including:
 Amy  Cheng, MD & Vice Chairman of  Investment Banking, Head of Natural Resources, Bank of China International
Yang  Changhua, Senior Analyst, Beijing  Antaike Information Development
Jianhua Jin, Managing  Director Investment Banking, CITIC Securities
Li Xinchuang, Deputy  Secretary-General, China Steel Association
Keith Spence, President and  Partner, Global Mining Capital  Corporation
Yong Kwek Ping, Chief Executive Officer, Inventis Investment Holdings (China)
David Lamont, Executive  Director and CFO, Minmetals Resources
Patrick  Loftus-Hills, Head of Metals and  Mining, Moelis & Company
Magnus  Ericsson, Senior Partner, Raw  Materials Group
Rui Feng, Chairman  and CEO, Silvercorp
Erik Bethel, Managing Partner, SIno Latin Capital
Charles  Yan, GM International  Business Department, Zhongchuan International Mining Holding
 
As well as learning  from these experts and more in the conference, delegates will be able to  network with key metals, mining and investment firms from China's state-owned  and private sector including:
 
Baoshan Iron and Steel Resources,  Build Silver International (China), China Communications Construction  Investment, China Guangcai International Investment, China International  Capital Corporation, China Minmetals Corporation, China National Gold Group  Corporation, China Nonferrous Metal Mining Group, China Railway Resources  Group, China Uranium Corporation, China-Africa Investment And Development,  CHINALCO, CITIC Dameng, Clad Steel Group, Datong Coal Mine Group, East China  Mineral Exploration & Development, Guangxi Dibo Mining Group, Guangxi  Nonferrous Metals Group, Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, Lingbao Gold  Company Limited, Metallurgical Corporation of China, Miningfocus International  Investment Group, Olden Investment, Orient Venture (Suzhou) Capital, Rich Stone  Investment, Sanchuan Technology Group, Shandong Gold International Mining,  Shandong Zhaojin Group, Shanxi Jingang Minmetals Resources, Shougang Mining  Company, Silver Grand Capital Partners, Sinobo Mining Investment, Sinonew  Capital Advisory, Terra Firma Capital Partners, Xuzhou Iron Ore Group, Zijin  Mining Group ...  with many more expected to register as the event approaches.
 
To join these and  more at China's fastest-growing mining investment show visit online registration  today or call +852 2219 0111 to speak to our Hong Kong-based customer  services team.
 
Sign up now and we look forward to seeing you  in Beijing.

 

Kind regards
 

 
Leo Stemp
Conference  Director
Mines  and Money Beijing 2012
 
PS. With the exhibition and conference programme filling fast, if you would like to secure a speaking opportunity or  exhibition space for your company at the show, contact Pablo Martin today at pablo.martin@aspermontuk.com or on +44 20 7216 6063

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