Jonathan D. Cordero is currently Head of Corporate Development at Eurasian Resources Group responsible for Global Ventures Development, Strategy and M&A in the international business. He served as a board member in various companies, including TSX listed Africo Resources. Before his assignment at ERG, Mr Cordero was a Manager with Bryanston Resources in Zug, Switzerland, a specialised advisory and investment boutique in the commodities space. He holds a Master of Science in Management from HHL- Leipzig Graduate School of Management. His areas of expertise include M&A, Operational Improvements & Turnaround, Valuation & Business Modelling, Due Diligence.
- Egypt’s COP27 outcomes and scene setting
- Context on African Union 2063 blueprint
- Examples of demand for EVs, battery storage and hydrogen production
- Supply challenges – who has what, who wants what?
- Critical pathways in unlocking African resources to create economic growth through Just Transition
Tuesday 07 February 10:00 - 11:00 Expo Stage
Green Metals day
Resource nationalism is growing in popularity with various African governments across the continent. Countries must derive greater economic benefit from their mineral wealth and in addition to greater local ownership, also requires a reduction in exports of raw materials and encouragement of local beneficiation. Does this translate to greater regional co-operation and developmental goals amongst African states?
Tuesday 07 February 14:40 - 15:25 Main Stage
Mining Indaba will host the finals of the famous Investment Battlefield where junior miners pitch their projects to a panel of investors, analysts and industry experts to be crowned best in class project in each category of exploration and development. Heats will commence at 121 Mining Investment on Tuesday 7 February.
Wednesday 08 February 14:00 - 14:55 Expo Stage