The European Chapter of the International Precious Metals Institute (EC-IPMI) provides an industry-wide platform to share information on precious metals issues and topics while offering resources and opportunities for its members.
The Chapter provides a platform for liaison between participants in the precious metals industry, environmental and conservation groups, government, educational institutions, and the general public; through information dissemination in the areas of precious metals technology and associated sciences, and to cooperate with established precious metal trade, scientific and educational organisations.
EC-IPMI collect and disseminate information on any and all aspects of precious metals technology, education, research or application sciences through conferences, workshops, forums, newsletters, bulletins, journals or other public information media, and instructional sessions, involving precious metals.
Lynda Si-Ahmed is the Refining Group Business Development Manager at Metalor Technolgies SA, based in Switzerland, and has worked 17 years in the precious metals industry and 5 years in the base metal industry.
With a Ph. D in chemistry and an executive MBA form HEC Lausanne, she held different positions at Metalor and has spent more of her career leading precious metal R&D projects, managing strategic projects and actively working in new businesses development, implementation & management including sales and marketing of PGM industrial products.
Lynda Si-Ahmed President, European Chapter of the IPMI
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