For its Wednesday, October 30, 2019 meeting, the Toronto Discussion Group of CIM’s Management and Economics Society is pleased to welcome:
James B. Whyte, P.Geo.
Senior Geologist, Corporate Finance Branch
Ontario Securities Commission
who will deliver a presentation on:
Mineral Project Valuation in Securities Regulation: Why, When, and How?
Abstract: While the mineral industry knows it’s commonplace for regulatory agencies and exchanges to require company disclosure to meet reporting codes like CIM and JORC, the rules around disclosing valuations – and their alter ego, evaluations – are not as uniform. This talk is an introduction to the reasons valuations and evaluations might be required by securities legislation or exchange rules, to the distinctions between the two, and to the interplay between the market rules and valuation standards like CIMVal.
BIO: James Whyte is Senior Geologist in the Corporate Finance Branch of the Ontario Securities Commission, where he reviews mineral project disclosures by companies in the Canadian capital markets. He is a geochemist by training and a bushrat by heritage, and before joining the OSC worked as a newshound and as a consultant in the mineral exploration, geotechnical, and environmental fields.
Please join us!
Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Refreshments at 4:15pm – Presentation at 4:35pm
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP
Bay Adelaide Centre, East Tower
22 Adelaide Street West, 34th floor
Seminar is complimentary and seats are limited. Register by Monday, October 28, to secure your place. Please RSVP by replying to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in attending. This is also an excellent networking opportunity. So we can best service all who are interested and able to join us at this upcoming event please register for it if you are confident that you are indeed able to attend it. Thank you for your interest and understanding.
Thank you to our sponsor, Borden Ladner Gervais LLP, for providing the space.
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