• M&A and capital raising: 2014 trends

    Only $230b capital was raised by the mining and metals industry while M&A activity continued to fall. View more key trends from 2014.

  • Mining & Metals: Capital Confidence Barometer

    Improving economic confidence has set the stage for growth, but optimisation remains the focus. What does the confidence barometer look like for the sector?

  • M&A and capital raising: 3Q 2014

    There are signs of a turnaround in transactions, but the downward trend in deal volumes continues. What are the key trends for the mining and metals industry?

  • UK Mining Eye Q3 2014

    Iron ore prices took a heavy toll on our Mining Eye index, which lost another 14% over the third quarter. What’s the outlook?

  • Renewables in mining: futuristic or realistic?

    With energy access becoming increasingly difficult and expensive in many regions, the role of renewables in mining is part of the solution.

  • Business risks in mining and metals 2014-2015

    Productivity takes the top spot on our business risks radar. What are the greatest challenges for the industry this year and next?

  • UK winning inward investment race as opportunities abound

    Our latest UK Attractiveness Survey shows inward investment into the UK rose 15% last year, as it remains Europe’s no1 destination for global investors.

  • Mining Eye Q1 2014

    The Mining Eye continues to tumble, as the improved sentiment in 2014 seems reserved for the industry’s major miners.

  • Global steel 2014

    Excess capacity is the biggest threat to the steel sector, with increased competition set to transform the market. How can steelmakers prepare for the future?

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Mining and Metals –
London as a centre for global finance

The continuing growth of London as a centre of global finance in many fields is now widely acknowledged. Specifically the global mining industry increasingly looks to the London markets as the natural home for the large established metals producers. The AIM market has also been successful in attracting development stage companies and those graduating from the exploration focused markets overseas. The other major capital markets and associated financial services continues to make London the world centre of mining finance. Find out more about the services we provide to the mining and metals sector.

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