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Creating a pipeline of young diverse talent

An interview with Carole Cable, Chair of Women in Mining UK (WIM) and Partner

Carole has been with Brunswick since 2007 as the joint head of Brunswick’s Energy and Resources practice, specializing in strategic communications for the metals and mining sector. She advises clients on equity raisings, corporate positioning, reputation, M&A, shareholder activism, crisis, investor relations, stakeholder mapping and engagement, and ESG. Prior to joining Brunswick, Carole was at Credit Suisse and JPMorgan in institutional equity research and sales specializing in Global Mining and Asia ex Japan. Carole is a non-executive director of Nyrstar N.V., CQS Natural Resources Growth & Income plc and Chair of Women in Mining UK.


Tell us about your role at Brunswick and your inspiration for establishing the Mining Indaba Young Leaders Programme.

I have been a Partner at Brunswick for over a decade now, co-heading our Energy and Resources practice. Although I am based in London, our clients have assets, management and listings all over the world so our team reflects that and we work together around the globe; and of course, we travel a lot!
Mining became a passion for me after I spent many months as a young graduate trainee on a gold mine in Kalgoorlie. The combination of the science, the people, the outdoors, and infectious optimism that every miner seems to have, became the endorphin I needed to pursue a career in mining. I am now a strategic adviser to mining clients on all things related to communication, whether that be communicating to investors, employees, communities, or governments, on a vast array of subjects that are critical to the business.
It was the mentors that I had along my career that inspired me, so the Young Leaders Programme was established to inspire the next generation to think about mining as a career and to engage the industry players in that conversation.

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