SGX enhanced listing rules: Opportunities for Australian miners

In July 2018, South East Asia’s growing IPO fundraising venue, the Singapore Exchange (SGX), announced enhanced listing rules. What do these changes entail and what does it mean for minerals companies in WA?

As part of AMC Consultants’ MineSmarter Series, we are pleased to team up with the SGX to host this seminar featuring Chong Lek, Director (SGX), and industry legend, Peter Stoker, Principal Geologist, (AMC). The seminar is a must for minerals companies interested in understanding the potential the SGX offers in terms of connectivity to Asia and rest of the world and will cover the following topics:

  • The Singapore capitals market.
  • Case studies and Australian companies listed on SGX.
  • The enhanced listing rules and what they mean for Australian companies.
  • The capital-raising opportunities offered by the SGX for companies at varying stages of growth.

With minerals contributing 21% of trading on the SGX Catalist Board, this is and will likely continue to be the SGX’s top traded sector so don’t miss this chance to upgrade you knowledge of the Singapore capitals market.

Tickets are complimentary and include drinks.

Programme

Wednesday 3 October, 2018

4.00pm arrive and registration
4.15pm Introductory remarks by Peter Stoker
4.30pm Presentation on Singapore capital markets for minerals companies by Chong Lek
5pm Q&A, drink and networking
6pm End

Foong Chong Lek is Vice President and Director, Equity Capital Market (Sectors) at Singapore Exchange (SGX). His focus is on new listings from Australia, Indonesia, Myanmar and Japan. In particular, he covers the Mineral, Oil and Gas (MOG) sectors, including exploration, development and production. Chong Lek’s network includes IPO professionals, investors and regulators assisting issuers in their listing process.

Mr Foong hosts the MOG Investor Education series at SGX, where world experts in exploration, development and production of resources are invited to share their knowledge with investors and professionals and thus enhance the capital market ecosystem for resources companies in Singapore.

Prior to SGX, Mr Foong held positions in the private equity and venture capital industries. He graduated from Purdue University, USA, with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering. He also holds a Masters in Business Administration from INSEAD, Singapore.

Peter Stoker is a Principal Geologist at AMC with more than 40 years experience in mine geology, mineral resource and ore reserve estimation, feasibility studies, project evaluation, and mineral exploration. His extensive commodity experience includes base metals (copper, lead-zinc-silver, nickel), gold, copper-gold (porphyry and iron oxide), bauxite, and sedimentary uranium. He is an expert in mine geology standards, minerals investment return, and audits and due diligence studies of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves.

Peter is an honorary fellow of The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) and achartered professional (CP) in geology. He is the deputy chairman of the Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC), was Chairman from 2005 to 2014, and was Secretary from 1999 to 2005. Peter  is also a JORC representative on the Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO). He was a member of the steering committee and a contributor for Monograph 23 “Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves Estimation – The AusIMM Guide to Good Practice”. Peter has written numerous papers on Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve estimation,
classification, exploration research, and practice. Peter was chair of The AusIMM’s Geoscience Taskforce and AusIMM councillor, branch chairman, and secretary.

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