DMCC outlines speakers for Dubai Precious Metals Conference

 DMCC outlines speakers for Dubai Precious Metals ConferenceDMCC has announced a list of key speakers and experts who will present talks at the sixth annual edition of the Dubai Precious Metals Conference (DPMC). The conference is set to explore challenges and opportunities facing the precious metals sector across key markets including China, India, Middle East and Turkey. The event will see speakers and attendees from around the globe, including London Metal Exchange, DGCX, and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The two-day event, taking place on 9th – 10th April at the Address Hotel, Dubai Marina.

The discussions will focus on how shifting geopolitics will impact the trade flows of precious metals. The panels and workshops that will take place across the two days will look at various topics including the importance of branding in the global precious metals industry, applications of the global Shariah standard in gold, implications of taxation for gold in global hubs and the dawn of a new era in the global bullion industry.

Sanjeev Dutta, Executive Director, Commodities, DMCC, said: “With Dubai as a leading hub for the gold and precious metals trade, DPMC provides key industry stakeholders a platform to connect and strengthen relationships across the value chain at a crucial time.”

In line with Dubai’s focus on innovation, topics like the future for precious metals and the new era of the bullion industry will be discussed. There will also be master classes in technology innovations in the industry, such as the role of 3D printing in jewellery manufacturing and understanding Blockchain. Representatives from GCoin and The Royal Mint will lead discussions around how Blockchain works and supports transparency and efficiency for responsible sourcing, as well as its application in live transactions. The dawn of a new era in the global bullion industry will be taken up in a separate panel session, with representatives from Sharps Pixley, London Metal Exchange, and Ekaterinburg Non-Ferrous Metals Processing Plant. The new global Shariah standard in gold, with a panel dedicated to the phenomenon, moderated by Gerhard Schubert, Founder and Managing Consultant, Schubert Commodities Consultancy DMCC will be held. Participants will include representatives from Amanie Advisors, Emirates NBD, and Bank Lombard Odier Co.

Dutta concluded, “By capitalising on the Emirate’s geographic position, sophisticated infrastructure, and regulatory standards, DMCC has connected markets between the East and the West. We look forward to continuing to work collectively with the industry to support the growth of this sector, and strongly believe that the events like DPMC go a long way towards this goal.”

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