Public Reporting for Mining and Exploration Companies
This short course will guide mining and exploration company executives and directors through the intricacies of public reporting in accordance with reporting codes and standards, stock exchange listing rules and regulation.
Participants will have the opportunity to take an in-depth look into case studies and real-life scenarios and discuss approaches to public disclosure that can be both appropriate to regulators and attractive to investors.
There will be an emphasis on the role of the JORC Code in public reporting and its application in the context of today’s regulatory and media-driven environment across Asia Pacific.
This course is for professionals who are responsible for supporting mining and exploration companies with the information required for public disclosure:
Recognise and counter common misconceptions about the regulatory framework
Understand the roles of key stakeholders within the mining life cycle
Determine appropriate and compliant public reporting practices that meet investment and capital-raising needs
Examine and assess practices that both reduce compliance risk and can be attractive to investors
Write engaging, informative, transparent and appealing market announcements
Participants will have the option to complete the course online or at a one day face-to-face workshop. Dates and locations to be confirmed.