Event Overview

Mining on Top Africa: London Summit

Jun 25, 2013 to Jun 26, 2013. London, UK.

The Commonwealth Business Council is partnering with Intierra RMG and UKTI to host the inaugural Mining on Top Africa London Summit, which will include two days of incisive debate between African government officials, mining companies, investors and local experts.

More people in the world will be urbanised in the next 30 years than were born before 1939. This rapid development will place huge burdens on the world’s resources. In order to satisfy this increasing demand there will be a greater focus on the mineral and metal resources of Africa, which will have important implications for the continent.

This requirement for scarce resources is being demanded within an increasingly complex environment, where resource nationalism remains a constant threat, environmental standards are rising and the social license to operate is essential. At the same time issues commonly associated with mining projects (such as infrastructure, skills and finance) remain and in some cases are becoming more acute.

A series of carefully selected speakers will consider these subjects and company presentations highlight the opportunity Africa presents for suppliers, mining companies and investors. The event is free to qualified groups and investors and will be held over two days in Westminster, London.

The conference organisers have a long association with Africa, advising governments, mining companies, financiers and NGOs, resulting in a deep and thorough understanding of its complex needs, ambitions and potential bottlenecks.

For more information please contact the CBC Team on the Contact tab.

 

 

Delegate Fees

 

  • Early-bird (until 31st May) £495 + VAT
  • Delegate ticket £695 + VAT

Web Members receive a 15% discount

MOTA 2013 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK Railway Infrastructure in Africa John Meyer Partner Mining Analysis SP

MOTA 2013 Presentation - Zambian conference - FINAL

MOTA 2013 Presentation London June 2013

MOTA 2013 Sudan

MOTA 2013 Zambia Minister

MOTA2013 REFLECTING ON A DECADE OF MINING AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Sarah Best Senior Researcher

MOTA2013 AFRICA MINING RISKS AND REWARDS Markus Weimer Africa Analyst Control Risks

MOTA2013 CAMEROON THE NEW DESTINATION FOR MINING Dr Fuh Calistus Gentry PhD Secretary of State Minin

MOTA2013 CORPORATE PRESENTATION Steven Gold CFO Energold Drilling Q2 2013

MOTA2013 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK Key factors for Investment Decisions in Mining Gabriel de Lastours Sen

MOTA2013 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK CSR Andrew Monk CEO VSA Captial

MOTA2013 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK Investment Opportunity in Africa - Innovative Funding Mechanisms Dr Pete

MOTA2013 INVESTMENT OUTLOOK What Investors Are Looking For Chaired by Paul Burton Founder Piran Mini

MOTA2013 INVESTOR PRESENTATION Hamet Morule Corporate Affairs Executive Wesizwe Platinum

MOTA2013 INVESTOR PRESENTATION MINING IN ZIMBABWE William Ato Essien CEO Gye Nyame Resources

MOTA2013 MINING AND SUSTAINABILITY THE PEOPLE IMPACTS Chair Dr Eamonn Barrett Partner ERM

MOTA2013 NAVIGATING POLITICAL STRUCTURES Akshai Fofaria Partner Pinset Masons

MOTA2013 SECURING WATER ENERGY AND INFRASTRUCTURE FOR MINING IN AFRICA Sarah Thomas Partner Pinset M

MOTA2013 The State of African Mining Chris Hinde and Glen Jones IntierraRMG

MOTA3013 IMPACTS OF MINING ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT Beck Wallace Lead Analyst CAFOD

MOTA 2013 2013.06.26_Rwanda Presentation_Mining on Top.pdf;Africa_London Summit

MOTA 2013 INVESTING IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE EASTERN DRC John Clarke Interim CEO Banro


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