"GMF has consistently been a highly effective means of conveying Paradigm’s brand and message to the audience we most want to reach. Jodi Hackett is superb. We count Jodi and the production staff at GMF among our most respected external partners."
Finance was created seven years ago as an annual book to provide
international mining executives and their peers in the financial
community with an overview of the industry from a World-wide
perspective. Our contributors are based in Beijing, Johannesburg,
London, Perth, Santiago and Toronto and have access to locally based
analysts and experts.
year our team seek out
the financial stories and deals
have impacted their continent and interpret analysis and forecasts
for the upcoming year.
In June 2010, GMF introduced a 3-annual electronic
publication, The Resource Calculator.. It comprises of
updated analysis and forecasts from our journalists around the world.
Global Mining Finance’s audience cover both sides of the equation; senior
management running exploration and production companies on one side and
the financiers and institutional investors on the other. In order to
focus our circulation at the institutional level, Global Mining Finance
is present at the following shows throughout the year:
BMO Capital Markets, Mining Indaba, PDAC.
Rupert Birch has over ten years experience producing country reports
for metals and mining publications.
Rupert has been responsible for
producing reports for Metal Bulletin and Engineering & Mining
Journal from over 20 different countries.
Jodi Hackett has over six years experience working within the mining
industry. Prior to working with Global Mining Finance, Jodi produced
country reports for Engineering & Mining Journal.
extensive knowledge of mining operations in Australia, Canada and South
Global Mining Finance has developed strong relationships with the
following journalists. Each one is specialized in their geographical
position and provides in-depth on the ground analysis from locally
Tim Treadgold is an Australian
journalist based in Perth. He originally
studied geology and worked briefly
in the mining industry before
switching to journalism during the
nickel boom of 1969. He has served
in various editing and writing roles
for Australian and international
publications, including the Australian
national business magazine, BRW, and
the American magazine, Forbes. He
also writes occasionally for Reuters
and various trade publications.
Helen has more than ten years’experience covering energy, risk
management and corporate finance
from London and Hong Kong. She
has written for publications including
Emerging Markets, Global Trade
Review and Institutional Investor
weeklies Power Finance & Risk and
Virginia is a science and business
writer who specializes in the resource
and environmental sectors. She is a
regular contributor to publications
such as the National Post, Investment
Executive, The Northern Miner and
Canadian Consulting Engineer. She
is also a professional member of the
Toronto Chapter of the Canadian
Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and
Silvia is the writer-editor at www.
ecuadorminingnews.com, a website
for international investors. Santacruz
was a business reporter at El
Comercio newspaper in Quito, and
freelanced for several dailies and
magazines in Ecuador and the U.S.
Silvia holds a master’s degree in
business journalism from CUNY
Baruch College, in New York.
Brendan Ryan is a freelance financial reporter based in Johannesburg
has been covering the mining industry for more than 25 years since he
returned to journalism in 1982 after working for Anglo American for
years. He holds a degree in economics and was deputy financial editor
former Rand Daily Mail when it closed in 1985. He currently writes
mainly for resource website Miningmx.com in South Africa and the
media group in Australia.