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SFA (Oxford) is delighted to announce that next year’s Oxford Platinum Lectures will be held on Friday 15th May 2020 and will once again provide a day of thought-provoking lectures and passionate debate.

Oxford Platinum Lectures 2020

SFA (Oxford) is delighted to announce that next year’s Oxford Platinum Lectures will be held on Friday 15th May 2020.

The Oxford Platinum Lectures will again provide a day of thought-provoking lectures and passionate debate.

Lectures begin at 10.45am

We will be following the successful format of recent years, starting with registration and a light brunch from 10.00am, the lectures will begin at 10.45am with a finish time of around 5.00pm.

Drinks reception

As in previous years, the lectures will be followed by an optional drinks reception and then the opportunity to visit some of Oxford’s historic public houses.

More information, including details of cost and speakers, will follow in the coming months.

The Platinum Standard – An agenda-setting industry review/preview

Beresford Clarke, Managing Director and Head of Research, SFA (Oxford)

In addition, Beresford Clarke, Managing Director, SFA (Oxford), will present the latest issue of The Platinum Standard. One-half review, one-half preview, The Platinum Standard comprises analytical articles on those issues we believe will set the PGM agenda for the years ahead. It also collates all the key industry data and indicators for the past 12 months. This will be the 9th edition of this highly sought-after PGM industry publication. The Platinum Standard is available at no charge for all attendees at the Oxford Platinum Lectures.

SFA (Oxford)’s associated publication, The Palladium Standard, was first launched in New York in September 2016 and is released annually.

Reserve your place

To reserve your place, please contact Karen Darley either by phone (+44 (0)1865 784366) or via email (platinumevent@sfa-oxford.com)

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