In June, Malawi sent a delegation from the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy and Mining to attend the Mining on Top: Africa - London Summit. During the summit, Patrick Mabvuto, Director for Finance and Administration from the Ministry, gave a presentation and said
The meeting provided a rare opportunity to get knowledge of what other African countries are doing to promote and develop the mining industry. The case of Kenya was trail blazing provided a unique opportunity to network with private sector and investors.
If you were not able to attend the event, but want to learn more about what happened, tune in today for the free webinar, titled “An Overview of the Mining on Top: Africa – London Summit 2015: Key Points, State of The Market and Future Expectations“.
The webinar will be hosted online this afternoon (16:00-17:00 in Malawi) by industry expert Dr Chris Hinde, who
will provide a summary of the event, extracting the main issues raised. In case you missed it, he will also provide a snap shot of his state of the market presentation and evaluate the presentations from Mining Ministers representing Cameroon, Cote d’Ivoire, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mauritania and Zambia.
Hinde will be tackling the following questions, among others:
- How do the ministers perceive the mining industry in their countries?
- What are investors such as Fluor Mining & Metals and HSBC looking for?
- And how are mining companies like ArcelorMittal Mining adapting their operations to the current climate?
And the agenda is as follows:
- Key topics from the Mining on Top: Africa – London Summit 2015
- Overview of the international mining scene
- Development milestones across the continent
- What is in store for the next 12 months for the African mining industry
- Recent mining finance
- Showcasing the SNL Metals & Mining database for tailor-made financing options
Sign up for the free webinar taking place this afternoon between 16:00 and 17:00 (Malawi time, or 14:00 GMT).
- Malawi attends mining summit, Caroline Kandiero, The Daily Times, 22 June 2015