Resource Nationalism in Mining: Opportunities and challenges for the industry
Hhow can the mining industry work better with governments and local communities in an environment of rising resource nationalism and mechanisms for ensuring better wealth distribution? Register for our free webinar on Wednesday 16th October and join the conversation.
The continuing rise of resource nationalism between governments and mining companies is becoming increasingly critical.
Communities are expecting ever more explicit commitments around socio-economic development and sustainability. The industry is having to dramatically improve its performance in this area and enter the development space in ways few other industries ever must.
Resource Nationalism in Mining - Opportunities and Challenges for the Industry
1pm, Wednesday 16th October
In this 45-minute conversation, our expert panel will discuss:
- Why are we seeing an increase in resource nationalism? Is it always linked to rising commodity prices or is it something deeper?
- When, and under what circumstances is resource nationalism justified?
- How should miners best respond to the threat of resource nationalism?
- How can resource nationalism best be factored in to investment decisions?
- Identifying future hotspots for government and jurisdictional risk in Africa
Not able to attend the webinar live? Register your details and we'll send you a copy of the recording once the event has taken place.
Aime Emmanuel Yoka
Managing Partner, Marys Capital Investments
President, Mining Federation , Congo Brazzaville
Managing Partner, Latitude Five
Managing Director, Americas Market Intelligence
Partner, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP
Head of Content, Mines and Money
Mines and Money London Webinar series
This event is part of the 2019 Mines and Money London Webinar series, where we open up some of the conversations we'll be having on-site prior to the event.