A talk by Martim Facada on the lithium market and the Bolivian future
At Room G37, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Tickets, including refreshments: non-members £8, members £6, students (with valid ID) £5
Please note: This event is organised by the Anglo Bolivian Society
Industrial Minerals: lithium market, prices and the Bolivian future
Martim Facada is a lithium market reporter in charge of lithium market prices, price indexes and market intelligence at Industrial Minerals -- part of the Metal Bulletin Group. Martim works closely with key stakeholders in the lithium industry to weekly monitor the latest prices, identify key risks, market trends and the developments in the industry. He is currently responsible for the creation of several new lithium prices to better represent the market. Martim has just returned from a fact-finding visit to Bolivia, which holds one of the largest reserves of lithium in the world.
Prior to joining Industrial Metals, Martin Facada worked for Asian Metal as an International Metal Market Analyst, a consultancy specialising in political risk and market research in the EMEA and the American metal markets. He was also an Independent Researcher with a London School of Economics team developing: “A critical evaluation of social impact assessment methodologies and a call to measure economic and social impact holistically through the External Rate of Return platform”. Martim holds an MA in International Political Economy from King´s College London, and a degree in Political Science & International Relations from the Complutense de Madrid.
Anglo-Bolivian Society, 14 Aylmer Court, Sheldon Avenue, London, N2 OBU