International Women in Mining Photo Competition “Impact and Influence” – Sponsorship needed International Women in Mining, the global community of 9,000 plus women in mining members, is hosting a photo competition themed “Impact and Influence”. We are inviting mining companies to get involved by sponsoring prizes for the competition. It [more...]
This publication identifies typical mining functions and activities and their associated assets and risks, and those amenable to related party transactions and related transfer pricing risks; investigates key commodities mined in Africa profiling their transfer pricing risks; provides sources of information to assist tax auditors to deal with the scarcity [more...]
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2016 Highlights AAMEG has established a strong, consolidated voice, representing and promoting the Australian resources sector working across Africa. A key gap identified in 2016 was the lack of current information regarding the Australian presence in Africa. We commenced a research project which aims to promote renewed engagement by updating [more...]
Kroll 2016/17 Global Fraud & Risk Report is now available. Please click here for the full report.
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ICMM announced a new agreement that will bind member companies to further improve the management of mine tailings throughout their global operations. For further information please click here.
We are pleased to present the 2015/16 Annual Report. Click Here to access to report.
This report, Sharing the Benefits: Enchancing Australia’s global leadership in the mining value chain, advocates for enhanced investment in specific forms of economic diplomacy and capacity building insupport of improved developing country governance of mining: one that not only assists countries to transform their resource endowments into economic and social benefits locally, but also [more...]
The Voluntary Principles Secretariat has approved Australia’s National Action Plan on Security and Human Rights, marking Australia as a full Participant Government. This National Action Plan on Security sets out principles designed to guide the extractive industry in maintaining the safety and security of their operations within a framework [more...]