First digital BMO Metals & Mining conference in March

By Dominic Ellis
BMO Capital Markets' 30th Global Metals & Mining Conference from March 1-5, 2021 will be fully digital for the first time...

BMO Capital Markets' Global Metals & Mining Conference from March 1-5, 2021 will be fully digital for the first time.

The 30th annual conference - normally held in Florida - will unite more than 1,600 professionals online, representing approximately 300 organizations from across the metals and mining industry and institutional investors.

Dan Barclay, CEO and Group Head, BMO Capital Markets said: "We're looking forward to bringing together the biggest players from around the world for insightful presentations and timely conversations, including the critical importance of ESG and sustainability as we collectively work toward a lower carbon economy."

Notable session topics include: China's place in the mining ecosystem; the energy metals transition and adoption of electric vehicles; the strength of the precious metals environment; and ESG and its implications for both metals & mining companies and investors.

"We are honoured to host senior executives and investors in the industry once again at our flagship event, reinforcing the thought leadership and deep sector knowledge associated with BMO Capital Markets," said Ilan Bahar, Co-Head of Global Metals and Mining, BMO Capital Markets.

"The BMO Global Metals & Mining Conference is a testament to our unwavering commitment to the sector and this is no less true in times of the pandemic. Our firm has been a dominant force in metals and mining for more than a century, serving clients in achieving their strategic objectives," said Jamie Rogers, Co-Head of Global Metals and Mining, BMO Capital Markets.

 BMO Capital Markets is a member of BMO Financial Group, one of the largest diversified financial services providers in the US with $949 billion total assets as at October 31, 2020. 

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