LONDON, October 17, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
High grade copper, gold, cobalt and other mineral deposits offer huge potential returns for investor in Central and East Africa. These potential high returns come with potential business risks. Increasing taxes, changing mining codes and power are impacting returns for mining companies and institutional investors. The industry continually needs to engage in dialogue to overcome these obstacles to growth and increased return on investment.
For the first time ever, the organisers of Mines and Money events will be holding a regional focused Central and East Africa Mining Investment Summit in London.
"The Central and East Africa Mining Investment Summit scheduled to take place in London in January 2014 will provide a unique opportunity to mining houses,investors,leaders in government and regulators to exchange information about how the policy environment is evolving and about risks and opportunities in the region. What makes the conference uniquely significant is that the countries of Central and East Africaare known to be rich in mineral resources,but there has been limited mining development up to now because of political instability; however,the situation has changed. There is now relative political stability but major uncertainties regarding investment policies and mining rights. The conference will focus on these issues." - Wiseman Nkhulu, Board Director and Chairman of Audit and Governance Committee, Member - Risk Management and Sustainability Committees, AngloGold Ashanti, South Africa
The international community will come together under one roof and will discuss issues such as how risks like tax and mining codes can be managed. Thought provoking case studies will be presented alongside panel debates on strategies for improving power supply of managing resource nationalism.
Keynote speakers include:
- Hon. Stephen Masele MP, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Energy and Minerals, Republic of Tanzania
- Wiseman Nkhulu, Board Director and Chairman of Audit and Governance Committee, Member - Risk Management and Sustainability Committees, AngloGold Ashanti, South Africa
- Emmanuel Mutati, President, Chamber of Mines Zambia, Zambia
- Ahmed Kalej Nkand, CEO, Gécamines, Democratic Republic of Congo
The gathering will be a key place for Central and East African community as well as international companies and investors, to come under one roof and learn, network and create business relationships.
For more information on speaker line up and the programme, visit http://www.ceamis.com
Resourceful Events is a leading organiser of market leading industry conferences, investment summits and training courses. From its offices in the City of London the company researches and puts together events that provide crucial market information and networking opportunities to many business sectors including mining, tunnelling and investment.
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