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2017 Events

 

April 20, 2017

IIAC and SIFMA: 2017 Canada-US Securities Summit

New York

Examine Key Issues Affecting the North American Capital Markets

Join co-hosts, SIFMA and the Investment Industry Association of Canada (IIAC), at the 5th annual Canada-U.S. Securities Summit on April 20 in New York City.

This half-day event convenes experts from Canada and the United States to discuss key economic, regulatory and political issues in the North American capital markets. It will include perspectives on the agenda of the new U.S. administration and its potential implications for the long-held ties between the two nations. The Summit will conclude with a networking lunch.

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Don Coxe: Outlook for Capital Markets Under a New Administration.

No newly-elected President in our lifetime has hit the capital markets with such sustained force.He has been a boon to equities and a bane to bonds, while raising passions among the populace. What will be his longer-term impact on our industry?

for more information visit:
Website:  www.sifma.org/canada-us2017/  

February 28, 2017

BMO Global Metals & Mining Conference

Presentation: Mining Investments in a World of Radical Politics

Mining projects conceived and begun as the biggest boom of all time was unfolding in 2005, came on stream during and after the worst Crash since 1929. Record low interest rates propped up economies during the long, insipid recovery. The Crash spawned a new, formidable species of radical politicians, so mainstream economic forecasting—which has been consistent in its erroneous optimism—is even less reliable. Nevertheless, both base and precious metals should be seeing better times.

Transcript available:

Conference attendees may request a transcript from their BMO relationship manager or conference organizers.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Globe Talks: The Canadian Economy under Trump

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Host: Derek DeCloet
Panel: Dawn Desjardins, Deputy Chief Economist, RBC
Benjamin Tal, Deputy Chief Economist, CIBC
Scott Barlow, columnists, the Globe’s in-house market strategist
Don Coxe, Chairman, Coxe Advisors

‘Don’t blow this opportunity’: Don Coxe on Canada’s chance to renegotiate NAFTA

click here to watch excerpts of Don’s comments on the panel

or

Watch the full recording of a business breakfast hosted by The Globe’s Derek DeCloet and featuring comments from experts including Don Coxe, Dawn Desjardins from RBC, and CIBC’s Benjamin Tal.

click here

These webcasts are available to Globe and Mail subscribers

Thursday, January 19, 2017
Bloomberg TV Canada
The Daily Brief with Mark Bunting

Investing for the Age of Trump

 

“The founding fathers would have rejoiced at this election”
to watch this interview on Bloomberg TV click here

2016 Events

September 26 – 28, 2016
Toronto, Canada

Mines and Money Americas 2016

Presentation: Will It Get Worse Before It Gets Better? What Does The One Of The World’s Leading Mining Strategists Think?

  • Negative rates? What measures can we expect from central banks in 2016?
  • Bond and bond yield sentiment: evaluating the impact of pension funds and long-term investors on the price of gold
  • Assessing the migration of China to a more consumer-driven economy with less centralized controls. How concerned should investors be about the slowdown?

Visit the conference website

May 18, 2016
Ottawa, Canada

Canadian Pension & Benefits Institute FORUM 2016 – The New Deal

“Canadian Plans in a Lower Yield, Higher Risk World”

Link to the CPBI website…
Link to Don’s speech…

March 7, 2016
Toronto, Canada

Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada

Mineral Outlook Luncheon:

“Commodities await their date with destiny”

Link to the PDAC website…

March 1, 2016
Hollywood, Florida

BMO Capital Markets
25th Global Metals & Mining Conference

Don’s presentation:

“End of the Commodity Triple Waterfall?”

February 2, 2016
London, Ontario

Ontario Processing Vegetable Growers (OPVG)
Industry Conference

“How Long Will Cheap Money, Cheap Food and Cheap Oil Last?”

link to the OPVG website…