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IMARC unites the investment community

Where global mining leaders connect with technology, finance and the future, IMARC is shaping up as a must-attend event for the industry in early 2022. 

As the leading international event series connecting sophisticated investors from around the world with mining company management teams both online and in person. 

Mines and Money will leverage off the scale of the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) and bring its unrivalled network of thousands of investors in-person to Melbourne, and online for those that cannot attend in-person.

Being co-located alongside Australia’s largest mining event, will not only put mining companies in front of the hundreds of investors that attend Mines and Money events, but will also reach thousands of private investors, with the event expecting upwards of 8000 attendees.

Mines and Money @IMARC provides an excellent opportunity to identify and compare new investments. 

With professional investors meeting exciting explorers on the cusp of the next big discovery, near-production development companies and cash generative producers to discuss their next big mining investment. 

Gain insights into commodity trends that will guide your investments

Gold, silver, copper and battery metals are just some of the commodities you can expect to hear about from some of the greatest leaders in mining, investment and finance with more than 250 mining and resource experts providing the latest market commentary, project updates and insights into current commodity trends that can shape investment strategy. 

Connect with senior management of mining companies

More than 800 mining and energy companies are expected to attend the event. From diversified majors such as BHP, Rio Tinto and South32; to gold mid-tiers including OceanaGold and Evolution Mining; through to some of the most compelling exploration and development companies such as Multicom Resources and Wiluna Mining.

You will be able to assess and compare a range of companies from around the globe, across the commodity spectrum and at all stages of the life cycle by connecting with the senior management of mining companies directly on the expo floor.

Hundreds of networking opportunities

Whether you’re looking for private equity, or private investors, there will be ample opportunity for you to meet thousands of decision makers, mining leaders, investors and financiers with more than 70 hours of networking opportunities.

Our bespoke AI-driven matchmaking platform pre-qualifies your investment needs and gives you the power to search investors by type, commodities, project stages, regions and stock exchanges of interest.

Enabling you to identify the right investors for your projects so you can schedule lucrative meetings, leading to more deals and opportunities.

In-person and online

As a hybrid event, you can expect more meetings, more connections and to meet more international investors than ever before.

The hybrid event will welcome Australian attendees in-person to Melbourne, and international attendees from more than 130 countries online from January 31 – February 2, 2022.

Claim your complimentary investor pass at Not an investor? Not to worry – receive 10 per cent off delegate passes by registering with the discount code AUSRI. 


Listen to insights from some of the greatest leaders in mining, including:  

  • Johan van Jaarsveld, chief development officer, BHP 
  • Sandeep Biswas, managing director & chief executive officer, Newcrest Mining 
  • Wendy Holdenson, chief operating officer, Mitsui & Co (Australia) 
  • Troy Hey, executive general manager – corporate relations, MMG 
  • Rohitesh Dhawan, chief executive officer, International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) 
  • James Agar, group procurement officer, BHP 
  • Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer, Anglo American 
  • Lisa Ali, chief people & sustainability officer, Newcrest Mining 
  • Rt The Hon. Helen Clark, chair, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) 
  • Ian Hamm, chair, First Nations Foundation 
  • Tom Palmer, president & chief executive officer, Newmont 
  • Chris Griffith, chief executive officer, Gold Fields 
  • Joanne Woo, global VP, division head of marketing & communications, ABB 
  • Tony Makuch, president & chief executive officer, Kirkland Lake Gold 
  • Michael Nossal, chair, IGO 
  • Robyn Dittrich, VP, procurement – technology, communities & enterprise, BHP. 

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