NEW YORK, Feb. 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Casimir Capital, a leading investment bank specializing in natural resources, announced today the 2nd Annual Casimir Capital Global Australian Mining Conference, which will take place on March 26th at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City. "Building on last year's resounding success, this event will connect 30 premier Australian mining companies with the most highly regarded natural resources investors in the world," said Richard F. Sands, President and CEO of Casimir Capital. "In addition to the general session and corporate presentations, a major focus of the conference will be facilitating hundreds of one-on-one meeting opportunities between presenting companies and institutional investors." Founded over a decade ago, Casimir Capital has established itself as a major global participant in the mining and energy industries. Casimir Capital is headquartered in the United States and has affiliates and personnel in Canada, Brazil, Australia and the United Kingdom. Attending Companies:Alacer Gold (ASX:AQG, TSX:ASR)Allied Gold Mining (ASX:ALD, TSX:ALD, LON:ALD)Azimuth Resources (ASX:AZH)Beadell Resources (ASX:BDR)Blackthorn Resources (ASX:BTR)Centaurus Metals (ASX:CTM) Cluff Gold (TSX:CFG, LON:CLF)Cokal (ASX:CKA)Coventry Resources (ASX:CVY)Crusader Resources (ASX:CAS)Doray Minerals (ASX:DRM)Dragon Mining (ASX:DRA)Encounter Resources (ASX:ENR)Highlands Pacific (ASX:HIG)Kagara (ASX:KZL)Kingsrose Mining (ASX:KRM)Lemur Resources (ASX:LMR)MacPhersons Reward Gold (ASX:MRP)Marengo Mining (ASX:MGO, TSX:MRN)Metals X (ASX:MLX)Panoramic Resources (ASX:PAN)Ramelius Resources (ASX:RMS)Red 5 (ASX:RED)Robust Resources (ASX:ROL)Saracen Minerals Holdings (ASX:SAR)Silver Lake Resources (ASX:SLR)St. Barbara (ASX:SBM)Westgold Resources (ASX:WGR) Additional conference information can be found at www.casimirconference.com. For more information on Casimir Capital (member FINRA, SIPC, MSRB), please visit www.casimircapital.com. SOURCE Casimir Capital L.P.
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