Tuesday, February 17th, 2015

- Industry leaders and other participants from 28 countries and 6 continents to attend one of the largest metals and mining investor conferences in the world 

 

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired) -- BMO Capital Markets will host its annual Global Metals & Mining Conference from February 22 to February 25, 2015, in Hollywood, Florida. Now in its 24th year, the conference will bring together metals and mining industry leaders and institutional investors from around the world. 

 

This year, BMO Capital Markets welcomes more than 1000 institutional and industry professionals and some 500 companies from 28 countries from 6 continents. 

 

The conference, typically viewed as an early barometer of industry sentiment for the year to come, features presentations from some of the world's largest mining companies. 

 

"The BMO Capital Markets Global Metals & Mining Conference is the world's leading professional metals and mining event," said Darryl White, Chief Executive Officer, BMO Capital Markets. "This global event brings together investors and executives to discuss the industry's leading concerns, and demonstrates our commitment to this diverse and dynamic sector." 

 

Among companies scheduled to present at the conference are: 

 

--  Agnico-Eagle Mines (AEM) 

--  Alcoa (AA) 

--  ArcelorMittal (MT) 

--  Barrick Gold (ABX) 

--  Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold (FCX) 

--  Glencore (GLEN) 

--  Goldcorp (GG) 

--  HudBay Minerals (HBM) 

--  Lundin Mining (LUN) 

--  Mosaic Company (MOS) 

--  Newmont Mining (NEM) 

--  Nucor (NUE)

--  PotashCorp (POT) 

--  Rio Tinto (RIO) 

--  Silver Wheaton (SLW) 

 

The three-day event is anchored by the BMO Capital Markets Metals & Mining Equity Research team. With dedicated metals and mining analysts in Toronto, London, and New York, BMO covers more than 150 publicly-listed companies, making it one of the largest mining & fertilizer research groups in the world. 

 

"The conference represents an opportunity to gain global perspective and review current and future investing opportunities, both from the point of investors as well as corporates," said Tony Robson, Co-Head Mining Research, BMO Capital Markets. 

 

"The indications are that 2015, like 2014, will be a year where commodity prices are weak and metal and mining equities are at bear market lows," added David Haughton, Co-Head Mining Research, BMO Capital Markets. "With that comes the potential for opportunities within the sector." 

 

Members of the BMO Metals & Mining Equity Research Group include: 

 

--  David Haughton, Co-Head Mining Research, Precious Metals Analyst 

--  Tony Robson, Co-Head Mining Research, Base Metals Analyst 

--  Andrew Breichmanas, Research Analyst, Precious Metals 

--  Sasha Bukacheva, Research Analyst, Base Metals 

--  Jessica Fung, Research Analyst, Commodities 

--  David Gagliano, Research Analyst, US Metals & Mining 

--  Joel Jackson, Research Analyst, Fertilizers & Chemicals 

--  Andrew Kaip, Research Analyst, Precious Metals 

--  Brian Quast, Research Analyst, Precious Metals 

--  Edward Sterck, Research Analyst, Uranium, Diamonds & PGMs 

 

For a copy of the agenda, access to Webcast presentations, or to request a telephone interview, please contact Pav Jordan at BMO Media Relations. 

 

About BMO Capital Markets 

 

BMO Capital Markets is a leading, full-service North American financial services provider. With more than 2,300 employees operating in 29 locations, including 16 in North America, BMO Capital Markets offers corporate, institutional and government clients access to a complete range of investment and corporate banking products and services. BMO Capital Markets is a member of BMO Financial Group (NYSE: BMO)(TSX: BMO), one of the largest diversified financial services providers in North America with total assets of CDN $589 billion and more than 46,000 employees at October 31, 2014. 

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

 

Contacts:
Media Contacts:
Pav Jordan, Toronto
416-867-3996
[email protected]
www.bmo.com

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