Cambridge House International Inc.

Cambridge House International Inc.

June 08, 2015 16:56 ET

Cambridge House and Katusa Research to Produce Resource Investment Conferences

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - June 8, 2015) - Cambridge House International Inc. and Katusa Research will co-produce two of Cambridge House's major resource investment conferences, the 2015 Silver Summit and Resource Expo and the 2016 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference.

The 2015 Silver Summit and Resource Expo will be held in San Francisco, California November 23 & 24 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. It is being relocated there from Spokane, Washington, where it was held for the past several years. The 2016 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference will be held on January 24 & 25 at the Vancouver Convention Centre.

Jay Martin, President of Cambridge House International Inc., commented on the announcement. "Over the past 20 years, Cambridge House has built its resource investment conferences to be the largest and best in the world, focused on mineral exploration. These have been exceptionally strong in attracting retail investors. We are pleased to announce Katusa Research will co-produce our next two resource investment conferences. Using the Katusa Research network, our conferences will be greatly enhanced by bringing in new professional and institutional investors and speakers from around the world. This enhancement will be especially beneficial to the Vancouver conference as it is the world's center for the junior resource sector. Marin Katusa will also be a great contributor in bringing a larger presence to The Silver Summit and Resource Expo, which is the only investment conference of its type in the world."

Over the past decade, Marin Katusa, President of Katusa Research, has emerged as a world leader in analyzing resource sectors in both mining and energy and in using his research to manage strongly performing resource funds. During this time, he raised more than $1 billion for the energy and mining sectors. His recently published book, The Colder War, which documents the geopolitical shift of control of mining and energy sectors to the emerging markets, is a New York Times best seller.

"It is our intention," said Mr. Katusa, "that the San Francisco and Vancouver resource conferences will become two of the best investment conferences of their type in the world. Only successful individuals with proven track records in the resource sector will be invited to speak. Fund managers, analysts, high net worth individuals, and companies will come from around the world to share ideas and opportunities.

"The resource sectors have been going through one of their worst-ever downturns, particularly the junior exploration companies. The world is awakening to the fact that it needs new mineral deposits. After visiting over 400 projects in 100 countries, and managing one of the world's most successful newsletters and resource funds, I am excited about helping bring attention to these emerging investment opportunities. I also look forward to encouraging international institutional investors who aren't within my network to attend these conferences to meet directly with the people who are leading the recovery."

Mr. Katusa has agreed to make his research material available free of charge to all upcoming and previous attendees of Cambridge conferences, in addition to subscribers to Katusa Research. The two firms will work together on interviews, analysis and ideas from these conferences that will appear on their YouTube channels and other media.

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