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The mining industry continues to respond and adapt to volatile commodity prices as China, the world’s largest consumer, looks to reshape its appetite. Going forward, a more constrained medium term growth outlook seems likely with global diversified miners now very much focussed on capital allocation, cost production efficiency and project portfolios.

Furthermore, mining companies are being assessed not only on the basis of financial performance but also on how they manage environmental and social issues. To be successful in this environment, companies need to remain adaptable and flexible to the changing market conditions.  

How We Can Help

KPMG’s integrated global network of mining specialists is focussed on the practical day-to-day challenges our mining clients face in areas such as capital allocation, cost reduction, corporate structures and geographical diversification and divestment. We are deeply experienced in the industry and are knowledgeable of local laws, customs and practices and aware of the challenges faced across the life cycle from exploration and evaluation through to closure.

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Accessing the African Market


How KPMG can help with market entry in the this hotspot of mining activity .


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Groups and Events

KPMG in the UK and Switzerland are proudly sponsoring the FT Commodities Global Summit taking place 31 March - 2 April 2014.


Summit agenda will focus on the global economy, the role of Russia and Central Asia in commodities, transparency and regulation, commodity trade and finance and many other topics.


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                    Richard Sharman

                    Richard Sharman


                    KPMG in the UK

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