26 November - 29 November 2018
ERM will be a sponsor at London’s largest international mining investment event, Mines and Money London 2018 as well as sharing insights on “The mine we want to see” and how mining companies can address their sustainability challenges.
Many mining companies nowadays are facing the sustainability challenge, and seizing the opportunities that come with this. There are various drivers such as population growth, shift to low carbon economy which boost the demand. On the other hand, there are disruptors which pose a threat to the demand such as sustainability differentiation and stakeholder sentiment.
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ERM at Mines and Money London
ERM will be exhibiting at booth E25 and our mining experts will be available for targeted discussions throughout the conference on the sector’s sustainability challenges and solutions.
Wednesday 28 November 2018
ERM’s Managing Partner for ERM’s Global Mining Sector, Louise Pearce will be chairing Australia Showcase day on Wednesday 28 November. Louise will open the day with sharing insights on ‘The mine we want to see’ and understanding what sustainability represents.
Debate: How well is Australia developing as a progressive mining investment destination
Louise will join the afternoon session as a panellist on the debate around progressive mining investment in Australia.
ERM in the Mining Industry
The Mining Sector is a key focus for ERM. Mines and Money gives us the opportunity to collaborate with past, present and potential clients. Each year our delegates leave the conference with a deeper understanding of the current mining climate, having substantiated new trends and shared our learnings from the past years.
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Louise Pearce has over 25 years of international experience in sustainability consulting. She concentrates on developing corporate strategy and risk management programs, alongside managing complex global due diligence and post-merger integrations for the mining sector. Louise has an understanding of the key global mining health, safety, environment and community (HSEC) challenges and opportunities facing the sector, and works with major, mid-tier and junior mining companies to integrate the management of these risks into strategic business plans and life of mine plans.
Louise was recently recognized as one of the Top-100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining - 2016 by the non-profit organization, Women in Mining. She holds a professional designation in risk management awarded by the Global Risk Management Institute and also holds postgraduate qualifications in Sustainability and Risk Management.