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JUNE 20, 2018 | HALL 8 «URANIUM»

SESSION : GLOBAL BUSINESS Download

  • Chairman of the Session

    Victor Kovalenko, EY Regional Director in Central Asia, Caucasus, Ukraine and Belarus

  • Moderator

    Victor Kovalenko, EY Regional Director in Central Asia, Caucasus, Ukraine and Belarus

  • 10:00-10:20

    OPENING WORDS

    Zhenis Kassymbek, Minister of Investments and Development of Kazakhstan*

  • 10:20-10:50

    GENERAL MARKET TRENDS IN A MINING SECTOR GLOBALLY

    Reichl Christian Federal Ministry of Sustainability and Tourism, Austria
    Tsuyoshi Adachi
    Eduardo Ledsham

  • 10:50-11:30

    TOP-10 BUSINESS RISKS IN MINING THE SPEECH IS BASED ON EY’S ANNUAL REPORT ON THE TOP-10 BUSINESS RISKS FACING THE SECTOR IN 2018

    Ksenia Babushkina, EY Advisory Leader for Central Asia and Caucasus, former Advisory executive from EY Canada

  • 11:30-12:00

    COFFEE BREAK

  • 12:00-13:00

    THE DIGITAL DISCONNECT IN MINING: PROBLEM OR PATHWAY?

    Panel discussion with the following topics to cover:
    Who will benefit most from the next wave of digital transformation?
    Digital disruption: why miners should embrace change?
    Robotics process automation (RPA)
    Cyber security – one of thee key business risks for the mines of future
    How to avoid the pitfalls - cases from industry players

    Panelists:
    Oberrauner Andreas Senior Mining Engineer from Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology
    Claire Tuder, CEO of Micromine company and Advisory Council Member at METS Ignited Australia Ltd
    Klebanov Dmitry Business development director of VIST Group
    Zhanar Amanzholova
    Bruce Gaston, CEO of the Darmen Technology and Solutions *
    Sam Bose, Founder and CEO of the IntelliSense.io
    Moderator: Heidi Vella, a journalist from the Mining Technology *

  • 13:00-14:00

    LUNCH

  • 14:10-14:40

    OPERATIONAL PRODUCTIVITY OF MINING COMPANIES

    Dmitry Kovalev, Director Mining and Metals Advisory, EY

  • 14:40-16:00

    MINERALS AND CAPITAL: THE COMMODITIES OF THE FUTURE AND RAISING A CAPITAL TO MINE THEM

    “HOW ECONOMIC FACTORS PREDICT METAL PRICES VOLATILITY?”
    LI WENHUA, doctor of the Akita University of Japan

    “INVESTMENT ATTRACTIVENESS OF MINERALS IN KAZAKHSTAN. OVERVIEW OF PROJECTS THE NMC TAU-KEN SAMRUK PROPOSES TO THE MARKET”
    Alibek Arshabekov, Chief Development Officer of NMC Tau-Ken Samruk

    A panel discussion to cover the following topics:
    M&A and capital raising in the mining sector: trends and outlook
    What is the industry’s ability to satisfy the returns demanded from its investors?
    What’s next for mining companies in area of capital raising?
    What are the commodities of the future? What Kazakhstan could propose here to the world?

    Panelists:
    Michael Lynch-Bell, Deputy Chair and Senior Independent Non-Executive Director, KAZ Minerals
    Dean McPherson Head of Business Development Global Mining, TMX Group (a parent company of the Toronto Stock Exchange)
    Andrey Tsalyuk
    Nurlan Saurambayev
    Alina Aldambergen, Chairwoman of the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange
    Moderator: Henry Sanderson, a metals&mining reporter of the Financial Times *

  • 16:00-16:30

    COFFEE BREAK

  • 16:30-16:50

    PERUVIAN EXPERIENCE IN MINING POLICY REFORMS MADE UNTIL TO BE A COMPETITIVE MINING COUNTRY

    Romulo Mucho, former Former Vice-Minister of Mines and Congressman of the Republic of Peru

  • 16:50-17:50

    FUTURE CHALLENGES FOR MINERS

    Panel discussion with a QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS session. Topics to talk about:
    The future of talent. People displacement and what this mean for talent management planning; the Future of Work and what should the business model look like in the future, etc.
    Regime risk. Protectionism is rising, obviously the Trump effect etc.
    Talking of cars. The expected rapid uptake (or not) of electric/battery vehicles (note Tesla market cap is now greater than Ford), good for battery products producers (lithium, cobalt, copper), interesting for base load energy generators like thermal coal (the batteries still have to be charged and wind/solar is not yet the answer).
    Other thoughts. Apple announced that they want to move towards 100% recycled goods in their products going forwards, rather than out of the ground commodities. So, how do mining companies reinvent themselves if this is where consumers are going. The reality is they all need to keep an eye on end users – aluminium producers thought they were the obvious replacement to steel in the auto sector, but with lighter, driverless cars, more likely it will be neither of these materials.

    Panelists:
    Isabelle van Notten Member of the Advisory Council of the Responsible Mining Index
    Riaz Rizvi
    Michael Lynch-Bell, Deputy Chair and Senior Independent Non-Executive Director, KAZ Minerals
    Alexander Mashkevich, Chairman of ERG *
    Paramjit Kahlon, CEO of ArcelorMittal CIS *
    Henry Sanderson, a metals&mining reporter of the Financial Times

    Moderator: Victor Kovalenko, EY Regional Director in Central Asia, Caucasus, Ukraine and Belarus

Organiser

МИН
Ministry of Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Co-Organiser

АГМП

Operator

ITECA
ITE Group PLC

Diamond Partner

ERG

Gold Partners

Kazzinc
KazMinerals
kazakhmys
polymetal

Silver Partner

Актюбинская медная компания

Bronze Partners

AAEngineering
Arcelormittal
ABB
Borusanmakina
Business sweden
DMT
Epiroc
ERM
Head Mining
leica
FLS
K-MINE
Liebherr

National organizing committee

Институт развития и электроэнергетики и энергосбережения
СМК
EY
KIDI
KazMinerals
RGP
Kazzinc
Казгеология
Polimetal
АГМП
ТрансКом
Тау-Кен Самрук
Kazakhmys
НАГН
KazAtomProm
Expo 2017 Astana
НИТУ МИСиС
Министерство энергетики
ArcelorMittal Temirtau
Институт Горного Дела Кунаева
Kapur
ERG

Official Partner

Astana Convencion Bureau
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