Keynote Luncheon - January 22, 2013 Sponsored by BMO Capital Markets

Ian Telfer is Chairman of Goldcorp Inc. and Chairman of the World Gold Council.

Mr. Telfer has been a senior executive in the mining industry for 30 years and has financed, developed and operated mines throughout the Americas, Asia and Australia. He has served as an officer and director of a number of international mining companies including TVX Gold, Lihir Gold, Wheaton River Minerals, Newgold, Silver Wheaton, and Uranium One.

Mr. Telfer’s contributions have been recognized by both the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada, and the BC & Yukon Chamber of Mines. He has been named Entrepreneur of the Year by BC Business and Newsmaker of the Year by Business in Vancouver.

Mr. Telfer is a Fellow of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Accountants. He holds a BA from the University of Toronto and an MBA from the University of Ottawa, which is home to the Telfer School of Business.

Keynote Luncheon: Ned Goodman in Conversation with Warren Gilman - January 23, 2013 Sponsored by Dundee Capital Markets

Ned Goodman is a Director, President and Chief Executive Officer of Dundee Corporation and of its wholly owned subsidiary, Goodman Investment Counsel Inc. (formerly Ned Goodman Investment Counsel Limited).  Dundee Corporation is an independent publicly traded Canadian asset management company.  The Corporation’s asset management activities include energy, resources and agriculture as well as real estate and infrastructure.

Ned Goodman has over four decades of investment experience as a securities analyst, portfolio manager and senior executive. He has an established reputation as one of Canada’s most successful investment counselors and, through Goodman Investment Counsel Inc., acts as a sub-advisor providing ongoing portfolio management to various funds and limited partnerships managed by Dundee Securities Limited (a wholly owned subsidiary of Dundee Capital Markets Inc.) and continues to provide sub-advisory services to GCIC Ltd. in respect of certain funds.

Mr. Goodman has a Bachelor of Science degree from McGill University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Toronto. He earned the designation of Chartered Financial Analyst in 1967. In 1997, he was awarded a honorary Doctorate of Laws by Concordia University. Founder and benefactor of the Goodman Institute of Investment Management, a graduate school for investment management at Concordia University, Mr. Goodman is also the Chancellor of Brock University in St. Catherines, Ontario.

Warren Gilman was appointed Chairman and CEO of CEF Holdings in 2011. Prior to that he was Vice Chairman of CIBC based in HK. He was previously Managing Director and Head of Asia Pacific Region for CIBC for 10 years where he was responsible for all of CIBC’s activities across Asia. Mr Gilman is a mining engineer who co-founded CIBC’s Global Mining Group in 1988. During his 26 years with CIBC he ran the mining team in Canada, Australia and Asia and worked in the Toronto, Sydney, Perth, Shanghai and Hong Kong offices of CIBC. He has acted as advisor to the largest mining companies in the world including BHP, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, Noranda, Falconbridge, Meridian Gold, China Minmetals, Jinchuan and Zijin and has been responsible for some of the largest equity capital markets financings in Canadian mining history. At CEF he will apply this experience to developing a long term portfolio of quality resource investments.

Warren is a regular contributor to mining industry forums and discussions. In addition to bi-weekly commentary on commodity and mining issues for the CNBC Asia Network he has annually co-chaired Diggers and Dealers in Kalgoorlie and the China Nickel Conference in Shanghai as well as presented annually to the Asia Mining Congress in Singapore and Mines and Money Hong Kong as well as various CIM events in Canada.

CEF Holdings Ltd. is owned 50% by Cheung Kong Holdings Ltd., the HK listed flagship company of Mr Li Ka-shing (Asia’s richest man), and 50% by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, one of Canada’s largest banks. CEF was originally established in 1974 and Mr. Li was CEF’s founding Chairman and CEO. CEF was originally established with a banking license in HK and it developed into a diversified financial services company over its first 30 years with operations in banking, life insurance, stock brokerage, futures and merchant banking. Since 2000, CEF has gradually divested all of these businesses and has become a cash rich holding company. Warren Gilman was a Board member of CEF during this divestiture period. Under the direction of Warren Gilman, the current Chairman and CEO, CEF has refocused its business strategy on the resource sector and is investing its cash in resource development opportunities including mining, fertilizer and forest products. These investments are focused on both public and private companies and in both equity and structured debt facilities.