Current Trends in Mining Finance Conference 2018

The New York Section of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) is hosting its 6th annual Current Trends in Mining Finance (CTMF) Conference: Investing in Technology and Innovation & Managing Disruption and Risk in the New Normal on Sunday April 29 to Wednesday May 2 in New York.

The agenda will focus on the technical, non-technical and financial issues and trends that affect mine development and finance, including experts discussing raising capital, use of technology and data to manage operations, cost and risk.

Registration is open, at a discount until March 15th. Register early, space is limited. The CTMF 2018 event will offer a wide range of networking opportunities, an agenda with 25+ round table panels by leading business leaders and advisers working worldwide, four informative workshops and three evening receptions.

SME is the largest professional society in the mining industry and is pleased to provide a forum for industry experts to share their experiences and knowledge of the financial complexities associated with and best practices in today’s global mining business community. The CTMF conference will be a time when mining, finance and engineering executives connect and hear sessions about:

  • Deals and transactions done and new sources of capital
  • Use of technology and innovation to optimize operations and projects
  • Changing rules and regulations, including about defining resources
  • Drivers of the industry, mergers and acquisitions and change
  • Analysts' view of the markets, risks and opportunities – and more!

NY SME invites you to register to attend to get your questions answered and to join the sponsors that help make it possible for all to meet in New York.
For conference details visit Why Attend CTMF and http://community.smenet.org/currenttrendsinminingfinance/. For more information contact Tim Alch conference co-chair at [email protected]

SME is a professional society (nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation) whose more than 14,000 members represent all professions serving the minerals industry in more than 100 countries. SME members include mining executives, engineers, geologists, metallurgists, educators, students and researchers. SME advances the worldwide minerals community through information exchange and professional development.

SME exists to be the premier resource and advocate for the mining community.

For further details, see www.smenet.org.