Live sessions

 

Live sessions

Sessions will run as live video streams then be available to view at your leisure


Wednesday, November 18th – 1pm GMT
Leaders in mining investment panel: Capitalising on the next phase of growth in metals and mining post COVID-19

• Are mined commodities rightly regaining their lustre for investors keen to avoid volatility and supressed bond markets?
• Which macro-economic factors are investors most alert to now?
• Views on the gold bull market – will this trigger large institutions and pension funds to increase exposure to gold producers and, in turn, other mining stocks?
• Public vs private – where can we expect risk capital to come from and how is the capital formation journey evolving for miners?
• ESG and the decarbonisation movement, investment trends accelerating in favour of mining
• Other than gold producing assets where are investors seeing value?

Panellists:
Charl Malan, Portfolio Manager, Van Eck
Jessica Fung, Vice President, Pala Investments
Cailey Barker,
Portfolio Manager, Blackrock
Ross Allister,
Head of Mining, Investment Banking, Peel Hunt

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Thursday, November 19th – 9am GMT
Gold panel: Capturing the total return potential in gold mining equities

• Will the gold price march relentlessly higher into next year? Post election US Fed policy
• How should investors capitalise on gold mining equities in the face of sensational flows into ETFs and physical gold?
• Cutting through the noise of a bull market to select the best companies for your portfolio
• Looking for underappreciated segments of gold mining – are earlystage greenfield exploration plays presenting value?
• Thoughts on recent M&A – can we expect consolidation or companies growing new projects

Panellists:
Ian Williams, CEO, Charteris Treasury Portfolio Managers
Angelos Damaskos, CEO, Sector Investment Managers
Florian Siegfried, Portfolio Manager, SSI Asset Management
John Wong,
Portfolio Manager, Ruffer Funds LL

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Friday, November 20th – 9am GMT
Battery materials panel: New developments in the EV market, associated materials demands and supply side risks

• What are “realistic” expectations for EV sales? Pandemic impacts accelerating adoption
• The next gen of battery chemistry – Solidstate breakthrough vs LFP vs NMC
• Security of tier 1 supply – which metals present the greatest risk to OEMs and cell manufacturers?
• Are dramatic changes needed in how we bring these materials online?

Panellists:
Kwasi Ampofo, Metals Analyst, Bloomberg NEF
Aline Carnizelo, Portfolio Manager,Pala Investments
Simon Gardner-Bond, CTO, TechMet
Milan Thakore,
Senior Research Analyst – Battery Raw Materials, Wood MacKenzie
Jacqui Murray,
Innovate UK & Faraday Battery Challenge, Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund

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