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The team at SBMA has been busy this quarter with membership enquiries
and is working to onboard new members, as well as collaborating with
various stakeholders to open up different markets within the ASEAN
region. We also would also like to thank our contributors and sponsors
for their contributions to Crucible.
Here is an update of SBMA’s activities in the past quarter:
SBMA organised its 6th Asia Pacific Precious Metals Conference (APPMC), which concluded successfully with 469 in-person registrations for the event.
SBMA CEO Albert Cheng was a speaker at the China PGM Market Summit: PGM Financial Market, where he spoke about the emergence of PGMs in ASEAN and how SBMA helps members navigate the PGM market. See pages 26-27 for the proceedings.
SBMA CEO Albert Cheng participated in a panel discussion alongside other esteemed industry experts, at the India Gold Conference 2023. The panel discussed the Gold Industry Declaration of Sustainability Principles, including responsible sourcing, sustainable development, human rights, and diversity. During the conference, the organizers also honored him with a Special Category Award in recognition of his exceptional contributions to the global bullion industry.
RThe 23rd LBMA/LPPM Global Precious Metals Conference will be held
in the cosmopolitan capital of Spain’s Catalonia region. Register
now for three days of engaging speakers, insightful panel
sessions, and unparalleled networking opportunities. Don’t miss
this chance to be a part of an unforgettable event. Visit
Please visit https://www.lbma.org.uk/events/lbma-lppm-global-precious-metals-conference-2023 for registration and event details.
The annual APPMC, organised by the SBMA and supported by
Enterprise Singapore, will next take place on 9–11 June 2024 at
Shangri-La Singapore. The 7th edition also marks SBMA’s 30th
anniversary. Remember to mark your calendar, and we hope to see
More information, updates and details of past conferences are available at: http://www.asiapacificpmc.com
Morgan Stanley Capital Group (Singapore) Pte was onboarded as a Local Associate Corporate member, and Eliz Precious Metals Malaysia was onboarded as a Foreign Associate Corporate member.
SBMA’s total corporate membership consists of 68 companies, including 4 Category 1 members, 39 Local Associate Corporate members, 22 Foreign Associate Corporate members, and 3 Affiliate members..
SBMA proudly congratulates Jason Chan, our esteemed honorary legal counsel, on being named one of Southeast Asia’s Top 15 Litigators 2023 by Asian Legal Business. Jason’s exceptional expertise and dedication to the field of law over the past two decades have earned him this prestigious recognition. As a senior counsel and co-head of the white-collar and investigations practice at Allen & Gledhill in Singapore, Jason has been an integral part of their team, consistently showcasing outstanding skills and unwavering commitment to justice. We are incredibly proud of Jason’s remarkable achievements and his invaluable contributions to the legal profession and SBMA.
SBMA provides additional ad-hoc event management and marketing services for members who wishes to have more outreach and exposure to the precious metals industry. Should you be interested to explore these options and for SBMA to further add value to your company, please contact Margaret at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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