Canadian Securities Administrators’ National Instrument 43-101

Identify risks and potential liabilities and find practical solutions to your challenges

Mining and mineral exploration companies that issue reports in Canada must follow the national standards for public information disclosure defined in the Canadian Securities Administrators’ National Instrument (NI) 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects and Form 43-101F1. These rules and guidelines aim to protect investors by improving the accuracy and integrity of the scientific and technical information companies provide about their mineral reserves and resources.

  • NI 43-101 prescribes when and in what format technical reports must be filed as well as whether or not the Qualified Persons (QPs) must be independent of the company and property.
  • Form 43-101F1 prescribes how technical reports must be prepared and what they must include.

SRK employs experienced QPs who satisfy NI 43-101 requirements for independent reporting at all phases of exploration and mining projects. Our consultants specialize in identifying risks and potential liabilities and in finding practical solutions to your challenges.
 

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