DENVER, CO / ACCESSWIRE / July 18, 2019 / Denver Gold Group (DGG) will be hosting the 30th annual Gold Forum this September 15-18, 2019 <https://www.goldforumamericas.com>. With precious metal prices advancing to multi-year highs an expected 1,200 attendees will convene in Denver, Colorado for the world's premier precious metals investing event.
Investor participation is by invitation only to qualified investors.
Most of DGG's 190 public and private member companies will participate. Together they own the majority of the world's production and reserves of gold, silver, and platinum group metals.
The gold price has gained more than $200 per ounce over the last year, concentrating additional attention on the Gold Forum, which is attracting a wide range of new investors from around the world.
Participation by family offices, high net worth investors, private equity, pension funds, and endowments has increased significantly as Denver Gold Group has developed and expanded investor interest in the sector.
'We are delighted with the new investment professionals interested in the Gold Forum and its member companies,' commented DGG Executive Director Mr. Tim Wood. 'In this milestone year celebrating three decades of service, Denver Gold Group has intensified its mission to connect global capital with global mining."
DGG's Members operate in 45 countries and are publicly traded on 11 leading stock exchanges. Together they produce some 50 million ounces of gold each year and are stewards of almost 1 billion ounces of proven and probable reserves.
An important component of the Gold Forum is the Explorer and Developer Forum, which showcases the leading companies seeking to identify and bring to account new metal deposits.
Investor interest has also swelled thanks to renewed corporate activity sparked by the merger of Barrick (ABX) and Randgold, and Newmont's (NEM) acquisition of Goldcorp.
The Gold Forum hosts corporate presentations and one-on-one meetings with senior management over three days. Investors are anticipated to conduct almost 5,000 meetings during the Forum.