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Mineral Project Valuation School 2012

Event Date 03 July 2012
Event End Date 05 July 2012
Location Mine Design Lab, Chamber of Mines Building, The University of Witwatersrand
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Mineral Project Valuation
School

3-5 July 2012
New Mine Design Lab, Chamber of Mines Building,

The University of the Witwatersrand

The SAIMM hosted a 3-day school from 11-13 July 2011 and it was such a great success that it was oversubscribed.

Due to increased demand we have decided to re-run the school. Seats are limited so book your seats early.

New developments have occurred towards stochastic valuation techniques and with the recent recession beginning to wane off, previously mothballed projects are going to have to be re-evaluated for possible inclusion in the project pipeline.

The requirements of the new Royalty Act also need to be factored into the project re-evaluation. The current IASB Extractive Industries Project also has implications on how mineral project valuation could be done in order for it to talk to IFRS reporting standards.

These developments call for a School to specifically address mineral project valuation.

Sponsorship Opportunities

Companies wishing to sponsor or exhibit should contact the Conference Coordinator

Raymond van der Berg
Conference Co-ordinator
SAIMM, P O Box 61127
Marshalltown
2107
Tel: (011) 834-1273/7
Fax: (011) 833-8156 or (011) 838-5923
Co-ordinator Email: raymond@saimm.co.za

Objectives

-To cover basic theory and principles of valuation techniques and focus on the commonly used DCF technique
-To cover aspects that commercial and development banks look for when deciding to fund a project
-To address aspects that mining companies consider in mineral project valuation
-To demonstrate how current software such as @Risk can be used to evaluate risk in mineral project valuation
-To address taxation and tax implications of the new Royalty Act.

Who should attend

-Exploration geologists
-Mining engineers involved in feasibility studies
-Project managers
-MRM managers
-Mineral industry advisory consultantsand academics
-Accountants involved in mining project feasibility studies
-Professionals involved with mining project reviews.

Registration Fees

Registration Fee SAIMM Members                       TBA
Registration Fee - Non SAIMM Members             TBA
Registration Fee - Student/ Retired Members     TBA

Please note:
-Non-members are entitled to free membership of the SAIMM, up to 30 June 2013, for attending this event
-Registration fee does not include accommodation
-Prepayment is required for all Registration Fees on or before the date of the event.
-Delegates who have not paid will not be permitted to attend the event

Contact

Raymond van der Berg
Conference Co-ordinator
SAIMM, P O Box 61127
Marshalltown
2107
Tel: (011) 834-1273/7
Fax: (011) 833-8156 or (011) 838-5923
Email: raymond@saimm.co.za

 

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