Mr. Spring will offer insights into Kincora’s recent transaction to consolidated the dominant land position one of the worlds most prospective copper belts which hosts Rio Tinto’s largest global expansion project, Kincora’s exciting exploration strategy for the upcoming field season, the proposed IMF lead $5.5 billion bail out of the Mongolian Government, and the copper market, which has been on the move of late with copper up over 30% since 4Q16 – don’t miss this unique opportunity!
Individual ticket price is HK$400.
Date - 28 Mar 2017 (Tuesday)
Time - 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Venue - The Foreign Correspondents’ Club (FCC),
2 Lower Albert Road, Central, HK
Price - HK$400.00
Dress code - Business Attire
DIRECTOR, PRESIDENT AND CEO, MEMBER OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE
Sam has lead Kincora's exploration and expansion strategy since 2012. Over this time the Company has been one of the most active copper groups in Mongolia, recently completed a transformational transaction with a private entity indirectly controlled by Robert Friedland to overtake Rio Tinto as the largest land consolidator in the Southern Gobi copper belt, has formed an industry leading Technical team with an exceptional discovery track record with Tier 1 copper porphyries and announced two targets which are analogies to the existing large scale mines in the belt which Kincora is looking to drill in the next 6 months.
Sam lead industry lobby efforts with the Government of Mongolia for the resolution of the high profiled 106-exploration license dispute, recently lead a second dispute resolution process with the Government, and can provide an honest insight to operating in Mongolia and the countries unique geological potential.
Sam is a CA and CFA Charterholder, and prior to Kincora was recognized as one of the leading European Metals and Mining research analysts, having won the Association of Mining Analysts (UK) Equity Mining Analyst of the Year.