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As Europe's largest mining investment forum, you will hear from some of the greatest leaders in mining, investment, and finance with more than 250 speakers providing the latest market commentary, project updates and insights in tackling the big challenges facing the industry.

Throughout the three-day conference programme, you’ll also hear project updates from more than 100 mining companies, enabling investors to understand management’s vision for the business, the level of financing required, the upsides as well as the risks involved with the project, along with some of the most compelling reasons to invest.

Robert Macdonald

SpeakerRobert Macdonald

Vice-President Exploration

Southern Silver Exploration

Mr. Macdonald is currently the Vice President of Geological Services for the Manex Resource Group of Companies and in such capacity has been an executive for several publicly listed companies including Equity Metals Corporation, Homestake Resource Corporation (formerly Bravo Gold Corp.) and Southern Silver Exploration Corp., and Exploration Manager for Valterra Resource Corporation, Duncastle Gold Corp. and Fortune River Resource Corp.    

Mr. Macdonald has overseen the exploration of many projects throughout North America including the discovery and delineation of the high-grade 1.2 million ounce Homestake Ridge Au-Ag deposit in northern British Columbia and is currently advancing Southern Silver’s 23.9 million tonne Cerro Las Minitas Ag-Pb-Zn project, Durango State, Mexico. Mr. Macdonald graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 1990 and earned a MSc. from the University of British Columbia in 1999. Over his career in the geosciences Mr. Macdonald’s work has focused on vein and intrusion-related gold systems, VMS and epithermal environments. Prior to joining Manex, Mr. Macdonald worked as a geologist with the British Columbia Geological Survey and Teck Exploration on projects in Alaska, Peru and British Columbia.

Robert Macdonald