About Us

China Gold & Precious Metals Summit is an annual gold and precious metals gathering for knowledge sharing and partnership opportunities officially endorsed by the China Gold Association and the Shanghai Gold Exchange and organized by IGVision International Corporation Shanghai.

This year, the 12th China Gold & Precious Metals Summit 2017 again will be gathering 250+ top professionals from across the precious metals fraternity including producers, refiners, bullion dealers, exchanges, mints, bullion banks, central banks, brokers, fund managers, vaults, shippers, jewelers, consultancies, market data vendors, and regulators, etc.

Now in its 12th year, the conference will pay close attention to China's efforts to secure steady mine production, demand prospects and market development for precious metals, the ambitious but gradual moves of mine investment and international cooperation by the Chinese leading gold producers, and price outlook and supply & demand picture for the precious metals complex in an environment of Fed tightening, a struggling US dollar, resilient equities, higher bond yields, a hawkish shift among major central banks, and simmering political and economic uncertainty.

We look forward to meeting you in Shanghai on 6 December 2017.

Conference Highlights

  • Finding out where gold, silver and platinum group metals are headed amidst a cooling US dollar, firming US equities, rising bond yields, a hawkish trend among leading central banks, and political and economic uncertainty surrounding the Trump administration
  • Analyzing the Fed's stance on further tightening in the face of inflation weakness and risks of further delays in tax reform and infrastructure spending
  • Scrutinizing the impact on market sentiment and precious metals prices down the road of higher U.S. interest rates and the Fed's balance-sheet deleveraging
  • Examining the duration of the equity rally on the back of U.S. growth, corporate earnings, stock valuations, the path of Trump's fiscal stimulus and its implications for investors' appetite for gold
  • Evaluating the sustainability of rising bond yields and its impact on the gold and silver markets on the back of future monetary policy moves by key central banks
  • Assessing the core demand and underlying appetite for physical bullion in major physical markets and the longer-term impact on physical demand from the introduction of goods and services tax in India
  • Investigating continued weakness in the silver price despite waning strength in the US dollar and bright spots in the grey metal's fundamental picture
  • Identifying the effects on the platinum and palladium market of auto-sector trends, mine and secondary supply, and a continued pick-up in global growth