(MINEWEB) – This year’s Denver Gold Forum, possibly the most prestigious happening intensifying on the world’s major gold miners, convenes this Sunday with an opening reception at Denver’s Hyatt regency hotel. Denver has been the center of the U.S. business excavation part providing the headquarter offices for a number of companies, whereas the general number has fallen through industry mergers, for many years arising from the Colorado gold mines in the late 19th years.
When the Denver Gold Forum was set up, some years before, it was very much focused on the world’s older gold manufacturers and the big institutional investors. Since then it has developed in scope to take in some of the better lesser producers, developers and explorers, but continues an invitation-only event with invitees requiring to meet some very exact criteria. Indeed the lobby bar at the Hyatt generally does some good business throughout the event with some people who are incapable to gain get access to doing their networking out-of-doors the seminar locality!
This year’s event, which will be came to by the author and Mineweb’s deputy reviewer, Dorothy Kosich, promises to be especially intriguing granted the poor presentation of gold over the past year, and its recent cost volatility. The Denver Gold Forum’s boss controller, Tim timber – who has moved on from being the origin editor of Mineweb – has just notified Bloomberg that he anticipates attendance to agree, or exceed, last year’s record attendance despite the poor latest gold price presentation.
What sets the Denver happening apart is the participation of the CEOs of most of the world’s foremost gold miners at a single happening, whereas regrettably they do tend to be constrained by the stock swaps in what they can state about their own companies in their presentations. But they are able to put ahead their views on where they feel the commerce is going as a whole and on their sentiments about the expected route of the gold price. Granted the alterations at the peak in the past year for many companies we will be seeing new faces and hearing new viewpoints which could make this year’s Forum a particularly interesting one.