Events - 2003 Australian Gold Conference

2003 Australian Gold Conference

On Monday April 7, at the Sheraton Hotel, The Australian Gold Council is conducting the 2003 Australian Gold Conference which this year has the theme of Gold - Opportunities for Investment.

The conference will focus on investment in the gold industry in all its forms, and will provide an excellent opportunity for explorers, producers, shareholders and financiers to find out from some of the key players in the gold industry where they believe the best opportunities for investment lie.

Under the theme Gold - Opportunities for Investment, speakers will discuss capital raising, exploration, equities, new gold products and the commitment to sustainability.

Keynote speakers for the conference include World Gold Council, chief executive officer, James Burton, who will provide an overview of the global gold industry, supply and demand trends and industry opportunities; Newmont Mining Corporation, chief executive officer, Wayne Murdy, who will speak about consolidation and the future face of the gold industry; Investor Resources, managing director, Graham Tuckwell, who will talk about the argument for gold sector investment; and Avoca Resources, managing director, Rohan Williams, who will discuss new ways to getting exploration started from a junior’s perspective.

Registration to attend the conference is available from The Australian Gold Council for $660 per person which also includes entry to the Macquarie Bank Lunch which will feature a panel session to seek industry feedback on the Mineral Action Exploration Agenda, which was established by the Federal Government to identify and implement ways of stimulating mineral exploration and discovery.

Registrations can be made online at

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