Securities regulators worldwide require public companies investing in mineral projects to disclose specific technical information. To increase reporting relevancy, accuracy, and transparency at a global level, the Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO) is developing an international reporting template. This encompasses—but does not override—the reporting guidelines of CRIRSCO’s members, the national mineral reserve reporting organizations of Australia, Canada, the USA, Chile, South Africa, the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Western Europe.
Our consultants have a thorough understanding of disclosure requirements worldwide and are qualified to prepare independent technical reports under many international jurisdictions. By assessing material factors influencing performance and using structured validation and verification procedures to confirm data integrity, we develop balanced and reliable accounts of mineral assets and companies. Our reports provide appropriate assurances with respect to technical feasibility and economic viability while meeting local and international standards at all stages of exploration and mining.
SRK is recognized as a leading global technical reporting consultancy. In terms of RSC Mining and Mineral Exploration’s worldwide tracking of technical reports, between January 2013 and October 2014 our multidisciplinary teams of consultants certified almost twice as many reports as our nearest rival. We serve clients in key markets such as the Australian Securities, Singapore and Toronto Venture Exchanges and the Hong Kong, Johannesburg, London, New York, and Toronto stock exchanges.
Risk is an inherent component of the mining industry, and risk governance is an integral part of corporate assurance and business decision making. Like the requirements for financial, legal and environmental governance, assurance regarding the processes applied to data collection, estimation and reporting of Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves is required.Learn More
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This presentation discusses how the efficient operation of a very expensive mining project is often defined by the decisions made on the mining method, sequence, and design criteria.Learn More
Bauxite projects around the world share many similar characteristics: a perceived understanding that the geology is relatively simple and that mining is straightforward; and also, many are located in remote areas that may require significant infrastructure solutions to bring the ore to a port or refinery.Learn More