Speaker Faculty 2012

LIU Shuchen
Director Information Center

Ministry of Land and Resources
LI Zhilin
General Manager International Business
Zijin Mining Group
China United Mining Fund
Senior Investment Officer
International Finance Corporation
Director of Mines & Geosciences Bureau
Department of Environment and Natural Resources of Philippines
Director General
Department of Mines and Petroleum in Western Australia
Luis Schmidt MONTES
Chile Embassy in China
Peru Embassy in China
John Derek LEWINS
Managing Director
Platinum Australia
Advisory Board
Colt Resources
VP Investor Relations 
Colt Resources
Hethen HIRA
Executive Corporate Development and Investor Relations

Executive Director

Speewah Metals

Shiraz VIRJI
Executive Chairman
Shalina Resources


Business Development and Communications Executive

Aquarius Platinum
LI Youyu
Vice President

China Nonferrous Metals Int'l Mining Co., Ltd

YU Jia
Director Department of Commercial Affaires & Public Relations
CPI International Minerals & Investment Co., Ltd.

Mining Investment Director
China-Africa Development Fund

George FANG
Managing Director,Head of Mining & Metals, Asia
Standard Bank

Steven CHANG
Executive Director Energy and Natural Resources


Dr. Anson XU
Director and Principal Consultant (Geology)
SRK Consulting China

George GAO
Chief Representative China

Toronto Stock Exchange
Managing Director
Padbury Mining

    AMPF 2012 Overview

  • Global Mining Industry-Striving for Demand and Supply
    The growing optimism in the mining industry and demand fundamentals are driving the industry back to boom times. The outlook of mining industry is increasingly positive, with companies taking definitive action on capital projects, as well as mergers and acquisitions. But the growing demand, driven by emerging markets, highlights that supply will be the most significant challenge it will face.
  • China's 7% Growth Target in the 12th Five Year Plan
    The mining industry leaders hold continuing belief in emerging markets, particularly the ongoing growth in China and the nation's 7% growth target outlined in the 12th Five Year Plan.
  • Forum Vision and Objective
    Over the past five years, Asia Mining Partnering Forum have attracted more than 1,500 delegates from 300 companies and 25 countries, providing a wonderful platform for global mining & metals insiders to establish contacts, exchange ideas and forge partnerships. The forum series have been well received and acclaimed by global participants.
    Concentrating on "Connecting Chinese Investors with Global Miners for Partnership", the 6th annual Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2012 will be convened on May 24th~25th, 2012 in Beijing China, and committed to sharing with you the latest policies, development and achievements of the Asia mining industry, and providing an ideal platform to grasp the opportunities and to explore funding and strategic partnerships.
  • Don't Miss 

    What's In It For You?
     Mining Project Showcase
     Mining Project Post
     Chinese Investor Delegation
    Master Class
    One-to-One Partnering Meetings

    AMPF 2011 Features

  • 150+ Pre-scheduled One-to-One Partnering Meetings: CDMC online partnering system® allows you to easily pre-arrange meetings online with potential partners before coming to the forum, to have private conversations and to make deals on site.
  • 100+ Chinese Investor Delegation: Inspired by the “Go-Out” strategy, Chinese mining corporations and strategic investors are participating and seeking for investment opportunities in overseas mineral resources. More than 100 Chinese investors will participate in the 6th Annual Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2012 and seek for the promising investment projects.
  • 80+ Project Post & 40+ Project Showcase: Project owners from key mining destinations such as Canada, Australia, Africa, Latin America, Russia, Mongolia & the SEA, will bring their most promising projects and interest for cooperation at Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2012.
  • 30+ Exhibitors: An international exhibition of mining industry leaders around the world to showcase their updated project information, latest services and technologies at Asia Mining Partnering Forum 2012.

Forum Structure


Day 1 May 24, 2012, Thursday

Day 2 May 25, 2012, Friday

  • Global Mining Review & Updates, Chinese Investment Abroad
  • Coal, Iron Ore and Gold Outlook
  • Concurrent one-to-one meetings
  • Australian Mining Investment Climate and Project Showcase
  • Canadian Mining Investment Outlook and Project Showcase
  • Concurrent one-to-one meetings
  • Master Class about Mining Financing & Investment Risk Management
  • Project Showcase (Russia, Mongolia and SEA)
  • African Mining Investment Guidelines and Project Showcase
  • Latin American Mining Investment Guidelines and Project Showcase

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    Hongqiao, China
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    Date: June 6th to 8th 2007
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    The 3rd Annual Northern Asia Metal Mining Forum 2008
    Venue: Marriott Hotel Hongqiao
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