Meet CSA Global at Mines and Money London 2017

    Published on November 3rd, 2017

    CSA Global UK team is looking  forward to meeting you at Mines and Money London between 27-30 November 2017 at the Business Design Centre in London.

    The conference will bring together investors and financiers to discover and evaluate new investment opportunities in the mining sector.

    This years conference will cover the following key themes:


    •Innovations in finance and deal-making- the rise royalty and streaming business models. M&A trends
    •Capitalising on the Electric Vehicle and Transport as a Service (TaaS) revolution – where are the real wins for the mining industry?
    •Overcoming challenges to drive innovation in the mining industry – how does the industry need to rethink the way it approaches technology?


    •With grades declining in many sectors, coupled with many industries having past peak production, what are the exploration business models that will reinvigorate and drive success and growth in the new mining life cycle?
    •Examining new thinking and approaches to exploration from majors and mid-tiers to meet changing global energy demands
    •Financing the future exploration growth and development of the mining industry
    •Determining the best investment opportunities in the junior mining sector


    •What lessons can the mining industry learn from the other sectors (oil & gas, retail) about driving exploration and innovation?
    •Understanding the key criteria for developing collaborative partnerships in mining to mitigate risk when investing in emerging markets


    Galen White 
    Managing Director – UK

    Galen is a geologist and a director with more than twenty years’ experience in the international exploration and mining industry, of which the last ten years have been spent in consulting. Galen assists our clients in the areas of project development, scoping and feasibility studies, project evaluation and appraisal, mineral resource audits, due diligence studies, formal reporting and offering geo-corporate advice. He has worked throughout the globe in a variety of geological settings and commodities and acts as a competent/qualified person for JORC 2012, CIM and other CRIRSCO Code public reporting. Galen holds a Bachelor of Geology from the University of Portsmouth, United Kingdom and is a Fellow of AusIMM and the Geological Society of London.


    Alexey Tsoy
    Director – Russia

    Alexey’s extensive knowledge of the mining industry in Russia and CIS as well as his proven record as an effective business development practitioner provides the perfect combination of skills to build on our successful involvement in this region. His  extensive business network can be put to use to help our Russian and CIS clients, or those with projects in the region. Alexey works closely with our international offices to ensure we provide the best corporate and technical services to our clients, often assisting with dual reporting requirements (e.g. Russian GKZ & JORC) to facilitate foreign investment.

    Maria O’Connor
    Principal Resource Geologist

    Maria is an experienced resource geologist with a strong competency in geostatistics and a skill set put to good effect in resource estimation and evaluation, feasibility studies, project evaluations, resources auditing, due diligence studies, exploration geology, grade control, technical reporting and provision of training. With an emphasis on collaboration, understanding of our client’s needs and objectives and a track record in providing pragmatic and innovative solutions, Maria’s skills are focused on adding value to our client’s projects. She has over 10 years international experience working across Africa, Europe, Australia and the United Kingdom.


    Thomas Branch
    Senior Geologist – Exploration and Resources

    Thomas is a solution-focused and hands-on exploration and resource geologist, with practical experience across multiple commodity and deposit types. He possesses more than 12 years’ experience, with his first five years managing drilling, sampling and mapping programs across remote parts of Africa. In 2010, he moved to London to focus on the estimation of resources with its associated project due diligence and auditing for compliance. This resource estimation work, combined with his practical background, means he is able to identify and contextualise resource risks as well as upside potential. Thomas has a Bachelor of Science (Hons) and a Masters of Science in Geology. He is a Fellow of the British Geological Society.

    Mines and Money 2017



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