The 9th MINEX Eurasia Conference was organised on 30 November 2021 in London with the support of Simmons & Simmons and SRK (Consulting). The conference drew on 30+ industry experts to explore the emerging landscape around ESG and sustainable mining strategies. The conference program featured panel discussions and mining investment presentations by Orsu Metals, Azarga Metals, Scythian Mining Group, and Great Nomads Heritage.
The conference brought together over 300 offline and online delegates from all over the world.
Delegates attending the conference in-person had an opportunity to meet face-to-face with the Kyrgyz Republic Mining delegation led by Ms. Dinara Kutmanova, Minister of Natural Resources, Ecology and Technical Supervision of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan and Tengiz Bolturuk, CEO Kyrgyz National Holding “Great Nomads Heritage”.
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The 10th MINEX Eurasia Conference will be held in London on 28 November 2022. Focused on mining trends and Investment opportunities across the Eurasian continent the conference targets the UK and International mining & metals companies, investors, financiers, regulators, and service providers.
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Established in 2012, the MINEX Eurasia Conference is the UK’s largest event which primary focuses on Mining Trade and Investment opportunities in Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia and targets the UK and International capital markets, financiers and services.
The move to ESG is unavoidable, driven in part by shifting societal expectations – and partly by an undeniable need to tackle climate-related issues while we still can. Although delivering on promises to reduce carbon, improve diversity, and innovate with new ways of working poses a challenge for the industry, it also creates opportunity.
The conference’s overarching goal is to inform and educate so that companies and stakeholders can take genuine, meaningful steps towards getting ESG right (and how to avoid getting it wrong).