Congratulations to the University of British Columbia!
The University of British Columbia was declared the winner at the 2020 Goodman Gold Challenge on February 8th!
The team beat out rival squads from McGill University and the University of Manitoba to take home the win by providing an in-depth analysis of Marathan Gold’s Valentine Gold Project!
They went home with the top prize, the cash equivalent of four ounces of gold!
Goodman Gold Challenge 2020
Click the button below to see pictures and highligts from the Goodman Gold Challenge 2020. You can right-click on any of the pictures to save them to your computer. The image on the right will bring you to the album that has been uploaded onto Facebook.
WHAT IS THE GOODMAN GOLD CHALLENGE?
YOU ARE A FINANCIAL ADVISOR.
THREE CEOs PITCH THEIR COMPANIES TO YOU.
YOU CAN CHOOSE ONLY ONE TO PITCH TO YOUR TOP TIER CLIENTS.
CHOOSE WISELY, THE STAKES ARE HIGH.
The Goodman Gold Competition (GGC) is the most unique and realistic mining investment competition for undergraduate students in the world and registration is now open! There are only twelve spots available so it is advised that teams reserve their spots as soon as possible.
Using existing companies in their current situations, the GGC is unlike all other competitions; not paper-based and not using fictitious companies.
This challenge enacts an investment scenario in which each participating university team plays the role of a finance firm. The firms are competing for a single, wealthy client’s business and their investment committee.
Executives from three real mining companies will “pitch” their business to the teams, and they will need to select one in which to invest. The teams will have to prove through thorough analysis that they indeed have a better investment strategy, better return, and the best justification for their decision.