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Terry Heymann

CFO, World Gold Council

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Responsible Gold Mining Principles

April 20, 2020 at 7:50 AM (EDT)|Virtual Event - Online Only

Terry Heymann is CFO, overseeing finance and operations. Terry has broad experience across the gold supply chain. During his time with the World Gold Council, he has led the development of the Conflict-Free Gold Standard, the first industry-led scheme to set out responsible business practices in conflict-affected areas. He has also led the development of the Guidance Note on All-In costs, which has been universally adopted by the gold mining industry to improve the transparency and integrity of their financial reporting. In addition to his role as CFO, Terry also oversees the World Gold Council’s work on standard-setting for the industry.

Prior to joining the World Gold Council, Terry was a Principal at Marakon Associates, a leading strategy consultancy, where he helped clients in a number of industries on strategic issues and new product development.


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