Uranium and Nuclear Energy: Their Roles in the Energy Transition – Sprott – 2.22.22


Title: Uranium & Nuclear Energy: Critical to the Clean Energy Transition
Date: Tuesday, February 22, 2022
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Duration: 1 hour

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Nuclear energy’s profile as a highly efficient, reliable and zero carbon producing energy source has helped to create a new bull market for physical uranium. In this webcast we will discuss:

  • How government policies are shifting in favor of nuclear energy
  • Why nuclear energy is the ideal complement to renewable energy sources
  • Why a growing number of investors are investing in physical uranium and uranium miners
  • Will a higher price of uranium act as the catalyst to address the structural supply deficit


John Ciampaglia, CFA John Ciampaglia, CFA Chief Executive Officer Sprott Asset Management

John Ciampaglia has more than 25 years of investment industry experience and serves as Chief Executive Officer of Sprott Asset Management and as Senior Managing Director of Sprott Inc. Previously, he was the Chief Operating Officer of Sprott Asset Management and Executive Vice President of Sprott Inc. Before joining Sprott in 2010, he was a Senior Executive at Invesco Canada and held the position of Senior Vice President, Product Development, responsible for strategic initiatives and for overseeing the product development function across multiple product lines and distribution channels. Prior to joining Invesco Canada, he spent more than four years at TD Asset Management, where he held progressively senior product management and research roles. Mr. Ciampaglia earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from York University, is a CFA charterholder and a Fellow of the Canadian Securities Institute.

Per Jander Per Jander Nuclear, Renewables and Battery Materials WMC Energy B.V.

Per Jander joined WMC Energy with a broad background in the energy sector spanning 20 years. Most recently, Mr. Jander spent over a decade in uranium sales and trading in various roles at the marketing division of Cameco Corporation. Prior to his employment with Cameco, Per worked with nuclear power plant fleet management, investment planning and new build programs at utilities in Sweden and Switzerland. During an employment with the World Nuclear Association in London, Per worked on international trade and policy negotiations. Earlier in his career, Per spent several years in energy trading in various European markets, as well as worked on projects in biomass, combined heat and power, and district heating. At WMC Energy, Per’s focus is on business development, commercial engagement with the investment community, and key customers in Europe and the Middle East. Per has a Master of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Linkoping Institute of Technology in Sweden. Per holds exchange scholarships at ETH in Zurich and HEC in Lausanne, Switzerland, and at RMIT in Melbourne, Australia.

Edward Coyne Edward Coyne Senior Managing Director, Global Sales Sprott Asset Management

Ed Coyne joined Sprott in January 2016 and has more than 25 years of investment management and sales experience. Previously, he was a Principal and Investment Specialist for 18 years at Royce & Associates, a small-cap value manager located in New York City and the investment adviser to The Royce Funds. Before joining Royce, Mr. Coyne worked with Zweig Mutual Funds and Neuberger Berman as a Regional Sales Director. He began his career at Reich & Tang, a provider of deposit, liquidity, and cash management solutions for banks, broker-dealers, investment advisors, institutional investors, and public entities. Mr. Coyne worked in the firm’s key account sales division servicing institutional clients. Mr. Coyne earned his Bachelor of Science in Architectural Studies from the University of Missouri. He also holds a Series 7 license, administered by Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA).

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