Now in it’s 7th year, Australia’s leading precious metals conference the Gold Investment Symposium, is back on the 8 & 9 October 2014.
Top Reasons to Attend:
Networking: Connect in person with the industry’s senior decision-makers and investment leaders from across Australia and around the world – all in one place at one time.
Influential: Hear from the leaders within the precious metals industry – equities executives, fund managers, sell and buy-side analysts, market experts and economists – making the investment case for the precious metals, and forecasting future trends.
Powerful Agenda: Be on hand for breaking company news. Learn about critical industry issues and developments from a broad range of producers, developers, explorers and market professionals – complemented by outstanding keynote speakers.
National & Global Perspectives: Learn from and build relationships with peers from the Australian and global investment community.
Proven and Trusted: Now in it’s 7th year, the Gold Investment Symposium
Incredible Venue: Sydney offers every world class amenity necessary for productive investor networking and decision-making.
2014 Keynote Speakers (More to be announced in the coming months)
Terms and Conditions – Registrations
Important Note: Delegate tickets are for resource investors only such as private investors, stockbrokers, fund managers, investment advisers, financial planners, market analysts and media representatives. Supplier tickets are for representatives of companies who supply goods and services to the resource industry. A participation fee of $990 inc GST applies to Resource Supplier delegates. Exhibitor tickets are for companies with an exhibition booth who have exceeded the ticket allocation assigned to them and are charged at $299 inc GST per person.Please ensure that you purchase the correct ticket as we will issue an invoice for any unauthorised tickets purchased on the system. Tickets are non-refundable, however tickets are transferable by contacting Symposium in writing prior to 10th of October 2013.