Premier Mining Investment Forum on Eurasia will take place in London on 23 November

Established in 2012, MINEX Eurasia Mining and Exploration Forum is the key London event for companies looking to invest in mining and supply chain companies operating in Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Russia.

Ongoing privatisation efforts in Mongolia; the launch of the new Mining Code in Kazakhstan; financing for Eurasian mining projects; and perception management in the mining industry are among the topics being addressed at MINEX Eurasia 2018.

In addition to being a key source of business intelligence, MINEX Eurasia offers the opportunity to network with a select group of industry insiders, typically senior executives, partners and directors from private equity, family firms, venture capital firms, senior and junior miners, mining supply chain companies, and mining industry-orientated business services companies.

Furthermore, the Department of International Trade is this year bringing delegations from both Kazakhstan and Mongolia comprising senior representatives of some of the regional mining industry’s key players and officials.

Ambassadors and Senior Ministry officials from Kazakhstan, Mongolia, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan will provide a snapshot on privatisation and state-run reforms in the mining sector of their respected countries.

The following mining companies will present at the Forum and will be available for one-on-one meetings with investors.

Erdenes Tavan Tolgoi –

Central Asia Metals –

Tau-Ken Samruk –

AltynAlmas Technology –

Orsu Metals Corp.

SK VostokGeologiya

This year, among the confirmed investment companies and banks, are AMED Funds, Auramet International, BATT, Bluecrest Capital Management, Catalyst Advisers, Concord Resources, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, First Imagine! Ventures, Hannam & Partners (Advisory) LLP, the International Finance Corporation (IFC), J.P. Morgan Securities, SilverStream, Talex Commodities Capital, Visor Capital, as well as several private investors.


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