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Petropavlovsk Intends To Discuss Resolutions Not Passed in June Prior To 2020 AGM
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Gets 4.5% Stake In Petropavlovsk
Sothic Capital cuts its stake in Petropavlovsk to 0.54%
Petropavlovsk PLC is a gold mining company. The Company operates gold mines in Russia. The Company's segments include Pioneer, Pokrovskiy, Malomir and Albyn hard-rock gold mines, and Corporate and other segment. The Pokrovskiy, Pioneer, Malomir and Albyn hard-rock gold mines are engaged in gold and silver production, as well as field exploration and mine development. Its other projects include Visokoe and Tokur assets, which are at an advanced stage of development. Pioneer is located on the south side of the Mongolo-Okhotskiy fold/thrust line. Albyn mine has a total project area of approximately 1,160 square kilometers. Pokrovskiy is located on the south side of the Mongolo-Okhotskiy regional belt, approximately 40 kilometers south of Pioneer. Malomir is in the north east of the Amur region, approximately 670 kilometers from Pokrovskiy.
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11 Grosvenor Place
Roderic Michael John Lyne
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Pavel Alexeivich Maslovskiy
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Chief Financial Officer
Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Strategic Development
General Director of Management Company Petropavlovsk
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* Roman Trotsenko becomes Petropavlovsk's biggest shareholder
* Brings back founder Peter Hambro as President (Adds details, CEO comments, share price)
Russian-focused gold miner Petropavlovsk swung to a net loss of $24.8 million in the first-half on rising costs and lower sales, but lifted its production guidance for the full year.
The shareholders of Russia's Petropavlovsk voted on Friday to change the gold miner's management for the second time in just over a year, with current Chief Executive Roman Deniskin stepping down and a former CEO re-appointed as director.
Russian miner Petropavlovsk's <POG.L> largest shareholder, who is calling for an overhaul of the board, has written to fellow shareholders, setting out plans to sell the company's stake in an iron ore unit and to draw up deal targets in the gold sector.
* ENTERED INTO FOUR GOLD SALES AGREEMENTS WITH SBERBANK FOR A TOTAL VOLUME OF 96KOZ AND WITH AN OPTION FOR ADVANCE PAYMENT FOR UP TO 12 MONTHS
* Company on brink of technology breakthrough to boost output
* SAYS PROVIDES UPDATE ON NEGOTIATIONS INVOLVING COMPANY, IRC AND INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL BANK OF CHINA (ICBC) IN RELATION TO US$340 MILLION PROJECT FINANCE FACILITY
Pavel Maslovskiy, one of the founders of Petropavlovsk <POG.L>, hopes to return as CEO later this year in the latest twist in a long-running battle for control at the Russian gold miner.
* SAYS KENGES RAKISHEV HAS GIVEN NOTICE THAT IT IS HIS CURRENT INTENTION TO DIRECT THAT FINCRAFT VOTES IN FAVOUR OF RESOLUTIONS ISSUED BY CABS PLATFORM AND SLEVIN Source text for Eikon:
* SAYS CONFIRMS THAT ON 16 MAY 2018 IT RECEIVED A SECOND REQUISITION LETTER FROM CABS PLATFORM LIMITED AND SLEVIN LTD
Two Petropavlovsk shareholders want to bring long-time chief executive and co-founder Pavel Maslovskiy back to the board, the Russian gold miner said on Wednesday.
* SAYS RECEIVED LETTER FROM CABS PLATFORM LIMITED AND SLEVIN LTD, REGISTERED SHAREHOLDERS OF COMPANY, WHICH TOGETHER HOLD 9.11% OF COMPANY'S ISSUED SHARE CAPITAL
* Q1 TOTAL GOLD SOLD FOR QUARTER WAS 112,244OZ, A C.5% DECREASE YOY
* SAYS 2017 UNDERLYING EBITDA IN LINE WITH 2016 AT US$196.8M, (2016: US$200.1M)
* SAYS SIGNED AND FULLY EXECUTED A GOLD SALES AGREEMENT WITH GAZPROMBANK, FOR A TOTAL VOLUME OF 96KOZ Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
* CREDIT SUISSE AG RECEIVES 9.1% VOTING RIGHTS IN PETROPAVLOVSK
* ANNOUNCES 0.67MOZ AU (C.8%) INCREASE (BEFORE DEPLETION)IN RESERVES AND 1.17MOZ AU (C.6%) INCREASE (BEFORE DEPLETION) IN RESOURCES IN 2017
* SAID ON WEDNESDAY THAT ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS WILL CONSIDER DIVESTING THE BANK'S STAKE IN PETROPAVLOVSK AT THE MARCH 1 MEETING
Russian gold miner Petropavlovsk named Roman Deniskin as its chief executive on Thursday, following the resignation last year of its long-time CEO and co-founder.
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