Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chaarat Gold LSE:CGH London Ordinary Share VGG203461055 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 23.60p 24.00p 24.30p - - - 0 05:30:11
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Mining 0.0 -13.4 -3.8 - 93.39

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20/9/2018
11:41
Seems Kumtor is being discussed in the Kyrgyz parliament today. Several articles on that this morning but none so far mentioning Chaarat. Mainly about production increase forecast for rest of year, discussion on which gold mine asset would be ready to take Kumtor's crown (they mentioned Altynken, Jeroo and Ishtamberdi, but don't think anyone is convinced by that)...... etc.
casual47
20/9/2018
10:56
Here's a thought: Quite a few of the Russian/oligarch-owned miners are burdened with a lot of debt. Could the Chaarat M&A strategy have been conceived to serve as a vehicle to offload non-core assets onto in order to shore up the balance sheets of these mega miners? Polymetal's Kapan would be a good example of this.
casual47
20/9/2018
09:35
Thanks for your reply Casual and for your great informative posts.
oli12
20/9/2018
08:51
No sign of new director yet on Chaarat website or today's presentation.
casual47
20/9/2018
08:50
Last week of October.
casual47
20/9/2018
08:36
Anyone know the deadline for re listing ?
oli12
20/9/2018
08:16
Interesting update. I see the 2020 first gold pour has been moved from q1 to q4. A new presentation on the website. Haven't gone through it carefully yet but this slide is really interesting: M&A Pipeline Pipeline Location 2018 Gold Production (koz Au) Bolt-On Acquisitions Target 1 Russia Far East 40 Target 2 Russia North East 55 Target 3 Caucasus 150 Target 4 Caucasus n.a. Target 5 Kazakhstan 50 Target 6 Kazakhstan 30 Transformational Acquisitions Kumtor Kyrgyz Republic 450 Target 2 Russia 475 Target 3 Russia 225 Target 4 Central Asia 450 Target 5 Russia 170 Target 6 Russia 285
casual47
17/9/2018
15:30
It is understandable that Dekel cashed in. He was no longer in charge of the direction of the company so did not want someone else to have control over what must have been a fair proportion of his wealth.
jc2706
17/9/2018
15:22
It’s better than no wealth without ready cash flow
pjackson2
17/9/2018
13:57
Pabs, Dekel had a lot of wealth locked into shares for years, and especially after his divorce I wouldn't be surprised he needed to liquidise his assets into cash. He may simply have been unable to afford to remain a CEO and director in Chaarat, seeing as him selling shares as CEO and director could have seen the whole thing crash. Wealth but without ready cash flow is not a good place to be in.
casual47
16/9/2018
21:09
De Geer has been along for the ride for quite a while - presumably going to stick with it now for Big profits. Can't understand why Dekel called it a day so quickly with his holding. Obviously he was forced out but surely no-one forced him to sell up
2pablo
16/9/2018
13:00
Sunday afternoon diversion: The names Mr. De Geer used for his companies, Sarastro and Pamina, are both characters from Mozart's The Magic Flute.
casual47
15/9/2018
20:40
Interesting, Pabs. This is probably the most famous stichting/foundation in the world: hTTps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stichting_INGKA_Foundation (Another Swedish billionaire). As it is now, with under 5% shareholding, I don't think the nature of the 'vehicle' is of relevance to Chaarat. Probably more to do with Mr. De Geer's personal tax affairs.
casual47
15/9/2018
19:46
As usual change hxxps to tt for the xx in that link
2pablo
15/9/2018
19:44
Just thought I'd look up the Stichting Pamina Foundation which is all a bit obscure. See this about "Stichting" : "Shedding Light on the Dutch “StichtingR21;: The Origins and Purpose of an Obscure but Potentially Potent Dutch Entity" hxxps://www.jonesday.com/files/Publication/f4c70f5c-c1b1-4c3b-8141-b515d8eb472c/Presentation/PublicationAttachment/6f54fc41-e25d-404f-8420-5fdf6c80ad04/Shedding%20Light%20on%20the%20Dutch%20Stichting.pdf May not be a simple 'charity'
2pablo
15/9/2018
10:59
Yep. I think I should re-evaluate Mr. A. With my tinfoil hat on I thought that there must be a bigger fish behind him but it seems that Mr. A is quite capable of being the big fish himself. Something else I only realised yesterday - there was an RNS last year re. one of the Labro consortium partners, Sarastro: "ownership of Sarastro Group Limited ("Sarastro") was transferred from Gerard De Geer to the Stichting Pamina Foundation" I only realised yesterday that Stichting Pamina Foundation is a charity. So looks like Mr. De Geer donated his shares. His son, Willem De Geer is still a shareholder in his own right, I believe. ============= Chaarat (AIM - CGH), the AIM quoted exploration and development company with assets in the Kyrgyz Republic, was informed on 23rd March that with effect from 30th January 2017, ownership of Sarastro Group Limited ("Sarastro") was transferred from Gerard De Geer to the Stichting Pamina Foundation. Sarastro holds 17,606,228 ordinary shares of US$ 0.01 representing 5.00% of the issued share capital of the Company.
casual47
15/9/2018
09:55
I don't think that article is unrealistic although light on details. There is plenty of evidence to support the fact that a great many of those people who got rich at the time of the dissolution of the Soviet Union did so through less than honest/moral/legal means.
jc2706
14/9/2018
23:57
Once you start digging into Mr. A (and Mr. Gerard De Geer) you very quickly start to bump into loads of Oligarchs. A name I see pop up all over the place in connection with them is Sergei Popov. But also Andrey Melnichenko. Some links: hTTp://www.banki.ru/news/engnews/?id=242594 hTTps://books.google.co.uk/books?id=gvUCv57bJBsC&pg=PA98&lpg=PA98&dq="martin+andersson"+"abramovich"&source=bl&ots=pa9gLt2HHX&sig=CpQdbX1IHDs3hy2VpyRT8Q1ydxE&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwj1_u7lx7vdAhUKDcAKHVTPBMAQ6AEwCnoECAQQAQ#v=onepage&q=%22martin%20andersson%22&f=false This Swedish language blog (link in Google translate) appears to have some potted history re. how Mr. De Geer and Mr. Andersson managed to get really rich following Russia's changeover into capitalism. I would take it very much with a grain of salt as the author appears to have an axe to grind but FYI hTTps://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&nv=1&rurl=translate.google.com&sl=auto&sp=nmt4&tl=en&u=hTTp://blog.zaramis.se/2010/12/09/plundringen-av-ryssland/&xid=17259,15700021,15700122,15700124,15700149,15700186,15700190,15700201,15700214&usg=ALkJrhiuYFK17FfWeLHJY6pdIG5yvnAtyQ
casual47
14/9/2018
15:25
Pabs, hoping to see a holding RNS for the investors who converted. Imagine what would happen to this share if it was revealed Abramovich took up 5%. A lot of the comments from Kyrgyz locals re. Chaarat's Kumtor offer is re. how small they are so having an oligarch (or two) as backers could really move on the conversation. Meanwhile, Centerra posted an update on its water access issues for its Canadian flagship. It doesn't sound very convincing (though they tried hard to put a positive spin on it) hTTps://ceo.ca/@nasdaq/centerra-gold-provides-mount-milligan-water-permitting
casual47
14/9/2018
15:13
I presume the 2 Martin's Holdings have reduced percentages as they've been diluted like everyone else with the recent conversions and share issue.
2pablo
14/9/2018
12:49
Just working on : Existing Noteholders converted US$9,486,602 (comprising principal of US$8,400,000 and US$1,086,603 interest) of their holdings into (after rounding) 24,067,806 new ordinary shares Work that out as dollars converts to £7,237,186 for the 24,067,806 shares, so conversion took place at an average price of 30p So, that's a vote of confidence
2pablo
14/9/2018
12:20
The low poG is a double edged sword for Chaarat - makes acquisitions easier however makes raising funds harder. That said given we don’t produce there is less impact for us short term. Hopefully the price picks up
oli12
14/9/2018
11:51
And gold remains smashed which is killing the mining shares
juju44
14/9/2018
11:37
I still think the Kumtor acq would be a good move for all parties. However the more I consider it the more it seems convenient for Chaarat to have an excuse to suspend the shares whilst the Tulkabash project economics improve and other acquisitions become closer to reality.
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