There will be an extraordinary line up of heavyweight investors at this year’s Mines and Money Australia to be held in Melbourne from October 29-November 1. On the stage and in the crowd, will be investors who have more than Aus$15 billion in assets under management.

Part of the world-renowned Mines and Money series, Mines and Money Australia is now in its third year and will welcome around 800 attendees and 50 exhibitors to its new venue in Melbourne. This year more than ever the event is focused on the ‘money’ and the speaker line-up reflects this with the largest number of investors signed up to speak at the event addressing where they will be looking for smart investments in the mining industry in 2014.

The event has relocated to Victoria, the birthplace of Australian mining, and does so with the support of the Department of State Development, Business and Innovation, State Government of Victoria.

Run in London, Hong Kong, Beijing and Australia, Mines and Money is the leading investment forum for the next generation of mining projects.

This year more than ever the event is focused on the ‘money’ and the speaker line-up reflects this with the largest number of investors signed up to speak addressing where they will be looking for smart investments in the mining industry. In the same vein, the event will be seeking to help find and fund investment capital for the next generation of Australian mines

Mines and Money Australia is working with Austmine, Australia’s premier industry association supporting the Mining Equipment, Technology and Services (METS) sector to deliver a new one day symposium: Mines, METS and Money. This will be held on Tuesday, October 29 from 10am to 6pm, also at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Also in conjunction with Mines and Money Australia will be the Melbourne Celebrates Mining Dinner on Wednesday, October 30. Held at [email protected], a stunning waterside location, the event is expected to attract up to 1000 guests for a night of networking, great food and entertainment.

The dinner which will feature Rio Tinto Australia managing director David Peever and Orica chief executive officer Ian Smith. MC will be Australian sporting legend Simon O’Donnell.

Attendees can look forward to:

  • Networking with senior decision-makers and your industry peers;
  • Promoting your company’s expertise to a wide audience;
  • Identifying new opportunities for collaboration and trade/investment; and
  • Entertaining your customers, suppliers and industry contacts.

For more information about the dinner, which is an initiative of the Victorian Government, contact Ms Alison O’Keefe at alison.o’[email protected]
www.minesandmoney.com/australia/