Why investors attend

The Mining Journal Select series lands in London once again and will attract 300+ investors and 30+ mining companies. 

Our Mining Journal Intelligence unit has developed a robust and in depth methodology to establish a shortlist of what we consider to be the most promising projects in the market today. We have combined our renowned industry insight and project knowledge to put together a this model which will allow attendees to both discuss key market issues, and promote only the best opportunities to our global investor audience.

Are you a resource investor currently looking for potential investment opportunities in the mining sector and are interested to review these projects?.

 

Investor Qualification criteria

Investor passes to attend Mining Journal Select London 2020 are complimentary; however these are reserved for investors, financiers and corporate development professionals with the primary function of investing in/providing funding to mining companies and projects.

  • Institutions included in this function may include private equity funds, mutual funds, hedge funds, sovereign wealth funds, pension funds, family offices, commodity traders, asset managers and wealth managers.
  • Complimentary passes are also available for private investors with liquid financial assets of more than GBP £1 million, and research analysts covering mining corporates and who are employed by recognised financial institutions.
  • Sell-side professionals representing investment banks, financial advisories and brokers are not eligible for complimentary passes. 

If you are an investor or analyst and would like to apply for a pass to attend the event, please follow the Investor path when registering.

Your application will be reviewed by the organisers and you will be notified of your status within five business days.

Please note that you may be required to provide evidence of your status as an investor or analyst as part of your registration.

 

Type of mining company who attended


 

Type of investor who attended

 

The Mining Journal Intelligence Development Asset Rating Methodology

The Mining Journal Research and Intelligence division critically assess mature, pre-production investment opportunities and present only those of adequate quality.

The broader concept recognises the difficulty investors face in sifting through the plus-2,000 listed resources equities to identify the few worth greater investigation. For each asset, we present 24 metrics central to investment decisions, normalised by unit and currency. Metrics are baked into our ratings formula that, while still in its raw form, has been built around industry consultation.

The basis of selection and presentation of project metrics is investor relevance and like-for-like comparisons. That is, we’re only presenting data that is fundamental to investment decision making in a transparent and consistent way, which allows our audience to hold two equities/projects up against each other and compare apples with apples, and oranges with oranges.