The Northern Miner Podcast – episode 142: Gold investment ft David Harquail as World Gold Council chair

David Harquail, CEO of Franco-Nevada and chair of the World Gold Council, speaking at The Northern Miner's Canadian Mining Symposium held at Canada House in London, U.K., on May 22, 2019. Photo by Martina Lang for The Northern Miner.

In this episode, Franco-Nevada CEO David Harquail takes to the stage at The Northern Miner‘s Canadian Mining Symposium at Canada House in London in May 2019 to speak in his role as chair of the World Gold Council.

David talks about how the WGC’s focus has changed over the years from promoting gold jewellery consumption to promoting institutional gold investing, and what the WGC is doing today in this area.

With 26 members comprising most of the world’s senior gold miners, the World Gold Council says its purpose is to “stimulate and sustain demand for gold, provide industry leadership, and be the global authority on the gold market.”

Visit www.gold.org for more information on the WGC as well as gold-market news and statistics.

Peter Corcoran

Our “Mining Minute” sponsored segment has Peter Corcoran, vice-president of Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology Canada, speaking on how Sandvik fosters innovation in mining in Canada and worldwide.

Visit www.rocktechnology.sandvik/en/contact-us/world/americas/canada/ and www.home.sandvik/en/ for more information.

 

This podcast is sponsored by the Yukon Mining Alliance (www.yukonminingalliance.ca).

Yukon Mining Alliance

Music Credits:

“Miami Nights – Main Theme” and “Hiding Your Reality” by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)

Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License
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