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Roundtable Forum: Nonferrous Metals

VICTOR LAZAROVICI is a senior analyst covering the Base Metals and Mining industry. Prior to joining BMO Nesbitt Burns in 1998, he covered the base and precious metals industries at Smith Barney as a managing director and at S.G. Warburg as a vice president. He also worked for James Capel, Andras Research and Scotia McLeod in Canada, covering the North American metals and mining industry. He also has 15 years of industry experience, in engineering, finance and accounting, and corporate development. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering from Sir George Williams University (1972) and an MBA from York University (1977). Profile
THOMAS MCNAMARA is an Executive Director with CIBC World Markets. Prior to joining the firm, he was associated with Kidder Peabody. Mr. McNamara is a member of the New York Society of Mining Engineers and serves as Treasurer of the New York Nonferrous Metals Group. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Accounting and History from Providence College. Profile
DANIEL ROLING is a First Vice President at Merrill Lynch. Previously, he was affiliated with Waddell & Reed, Inc. A Chartered Financial Analyst and a Certified Public Accountant, Mr. Roling earned his Bachelor's degree in Accounting from the University of Iowa and an MBA from the University of Kansas. He is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the AIMR, the NYSSA, and the Nonferrous Metals Analysts of New York. He also serves as a member of the National Coal Council and was recently appointed to the Advisory Board of the College of Business Administration at the University of Iowa. Profile
TWST: Dan, will you begin today's discussion of nonferrous metals, in

which I hope we will include nickel, zinc and lead, along with aluminum

and copper, by tracking the movement in the metals