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Plenary Session 4

Financing the development of sustainable supply chains of critical materials and precious metals in Central Asia

While Central Asia offers immense mineral potential, challenges such as infrastructure development, evaluation of the investment projects using internationally accepted standards and investment in geological exploration should be addressed to fully capitalise on the region's resource. This session aims to facilitate discussions on tangible actions and showcase examples of how international collaboration with the local and international financiers is unlocking critical raw materials potential across Central Asia.

Moderator
Graham Dallas
Head of Business Development, EMEA
Toronto Stock Exchange & TSX Venture Exchange
Presentations:
16:00 - Investment climate of the Kyrgyz Republic

Zhalyn Zheenaliev
Deputy director of the National Investment Agency under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
National Investment Agency under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic
16:10 - KSE is a platform for interaction between the state, companies and investors

Medetbek Nazaraliev
CEO
Kyrgyz Stock Exchange
16:20 - Theme Pending

Meder Mashiev
Deputy Minister-Director
Kyrgyz Geological Service of the Ministry of Natural Resources of the Kyrgyz Republic
16:30 - Mining and the international capital markets

Graham Dallas
Head of Business Development, EMEA
Toronto Stock Exchange & TSX Venture Exchange
16:40 - Derisking the CRM Initiatives through Strategic Partnerships

Han Ilhan
CEO and Director of the Board
Aldridge Minerals and Tethys : Trans-Eurasian Gateway
16:55 - Central Asia transfering from GKZ to CRIRSCO international reporting standars - KAZAKHSTAN (KAZRC) case

Zaure Kunanbayeva
Head of Secretariat of Executive Committee
PONEN
Panellist
Abdulla Abdukadirov
First Deputy Director
Agency for Strategic Reforms under the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan