Sprott backed Aben Resources at the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show

Sprott backed Aben Resources at the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show
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MUNICH – The International Precious Metals & Commodities show will take place this Friday and Saturday in Munich. The conference, which has taken place since 2005, is exclusively dedicated to investments in precious metals and commodities, expecting both institutional and retail investors.

Just like the years prior, exciting programs in collaboration with national and international speakers await attendees. Peter Spina, founder of Goldseek and recognized guest speaker in North America, will take part for the first time this year. Just like Markus Koch, TV reporter of the NYSE, and Friedrich Lange from the Oxford Club. The conference will also welcome the Swiss Egon von Greyerz of Matterhorn Asset Management. Robert Rethfeld, Claus Vogt, Marc Friedrich & Matthias Weik from Germany will also participate among others.

During the two-day event, visitors and investors wanting to invest in precious metals or commodities may inform themselves at booths featuring mining companies, financial service providers, (coin) traders, bullion producers and mints. Guests will experience a vast and high-quality program consisting of speeches, company and product presentations, panel discussions and workshops.

Sprott backed Aben Resources will be amongst those exhibiting. Aben Resources is a gold exploration company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, busy advancing projects located in areas renowned for their mineral potential, such as British Columbia’s famous Golden Triangle. Currently, Aben is focusing on their Forrest Kerr Project where the company is earning a 100% interest by spending $3 million over four years. 

Aben Resources will be exhibiting at booth #48 at the International Precious Metals & Commodities Show in Munich November 9th and 10th.

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