2020 London Tin Seminar

3rd December 2020 | Virtual Event

 

The International Tin Association’s London Tin Seminar, now in its 9th year, brings together investors, junior mining companies, and analysts from the tin world through presentations and networking. This year, the event will be held virtually, enabling delegates from all over the world to attend.

This year’s event will include presentations from new tin producers and junior mining companies, alongside ITA’s analysts. Video networking in the event’s Lounge is highly encouraged before and after the presentations.

(Virtual) Doors open at 09:00 GMT and presentations will begin at 10:00 GMT.

Why attend?

Meet members of the tin industry

Attended by current and future tin producers, traders, and analysts.

Tin investment opportunities

Hear presentations from up and coming junior tin mining companies.

Presentations from ITA experts

ITA analysts will outline the trends and drivers in current and future tin markets.

Speakers

Boris Kamstra - Alphamin Resources

Boris is the former Chief Executive Officer of Alphamin and has been involved in the DRC mining industry for 14 years. He has extensive experience establishing mining operations in remote locations and led Alphamin from an idea to a fully operating mine. Boris’ continued responsibilities at Alphamin include investor relations, tin marketing, and special value-added projects.

Anthony Viljoen - AfriTin Mining

Anthony is a mining entrepreneur and founding shareholder of VM Investment Company. He has been responsible for the identification and development of a number of mineral projects across Africa. He was the founding director and CEO of Australian listed Lemur Resources and remains a Non-executive Director of Bushveld Minerals.

James Willoughby - International Tin Association

James Willoughby joined the International Tin Association in 2018 and is responsible for co-ordinating the organisation’s statistics and market studies relating to the global tin industry.

The objective of this work is to provide more reliable and transparent statistical information for all stakeholders in tin production, consumption and trade. Notable areas of study include analysis of current and potential future mine supply, production costs, consumption trends, tin reserves, recycling, trade, global inventories and price forecasting.

James has an MSCi (Hons) degree in Geology from the University of Bristol.

Sponsored by ITA’s Explorers and Developers Group