A reminder that the third edition of the PGMs Industry Day is taking place on Thursday 2nd April 2020 at the Country Club Johannesburg, Auckland Park.

This year’s programme will tackle the key issues facing the PGMs sector in a frank, honest and constructive forum. Our speaker line-up this year features international and local speakers including:

Gareth Penny, Chairman, Norilsk Nickel
Neal Froneman, Chief Executive Officer, Sibanye-Stillwater
Steve Phiri, Chief Executive Officer, Royal Bafokeng Platinum
Benny Oeyen, Executive Head Market Development, Anglo American
Roger Baxter, Chief Executive, Minerals Council South Africa
R. Michael Jones, Chief Executive Officer, Platinum Group Metals
Paul Wilson, Chief Executive Officer, World Platinum Investment Council
Uwe Zink, Technical Manager, Regulatory Affairs, BASF
Suki Cooper, Executive Director, Precious Metals Research, Standard Chartered Bank New York
Anton Berlin, Marketing Director, Norilsk Nickel
Dr Bill Stone, Project Head, New Age Metals, Canada
Meroonisha Kerber, CFO, Impala Platinum
Mandi Dungwa, Portfolio Manager, Kagiso Asset Management
Kevin Eggers, Partner, AP Ventures
Mkhulu Mathe, Manager: Energy Storage Test Bed: Energy Materials, CSIR Energy Centre
Maidei Matika, Chief Investment Facilitator, Gauteng IDZ
Hiten Parmer, Director, uYilo e-Mobility Programme
Vinay Somera, Chief Executive Officer, Isondo Precious Metals
Francois Uys, Chief Executive Officer, Siyanda Bakgatla Platinum Mine

And more… Keep watching the website for additions to the speaker line-up.

Register here

Chaired by Bernard Swanepoel and organised by the Joburg Indaba team, the programme has just been released and is now available on the website. It will include the following subjects:

  • Outlook for platinum group metals globally
  • The supply and demand factors affecting the market
  • Short and long-term strategies of major PGMs producers
  • Prospects for growth and development
  • M&A activity in the sector
  • Investors’ current perspectives on the PGMs industry
  • Future markets and applications
  • The role of PGMs in the hydrogen economy
  • Fuel Cell EVs vs Battery EVs

And much more… Make sure that you guarantee your place on Thursday 2 April by registering today.

Sponsors of the PGMs Industry Day include: DRA GlobalImpala Platinum, Sibanye-Stillwater, Fraser McGill

The PGMs Industry Day is brought to you by Resources 4 Africa, the organisers of the Joburg Indaba, the Harare Indaba and the Junior Indaba.

“By the industry for the industry”