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Chaarat Gold Holdings Ltd LSE:CGH London Ordinary Share VGG203461055 ORD USD0.01 (DI)
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  -1.25 -4.61% 25.85 25.20 26.50 27.70 25.00 26.10 134,134 16:35:08
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08/10/2020
13:26
He clearly has a bone to pick. Given how "niche" Chaarat is among PIs it's sorta interesting there is already a troll for them, a reasonably knowledgeable one as well, even though he intentionally twists things to suit him. Shaktar was the same.
casual47
08/10/2020
13:24
Ok, I probably wouldn't have replied to him if I'd noticed it was his Post number one. I noticed half way through my reply and I thought how prejudiced of me to not reply for that elitist reason, but probably shouldn't have bothered.
2pablo
08/10/2020
13:16
An October presentation has been added. Of note: 1. Kapan debt is now $28m, should be $26m by January. 2. Tulku project finance completion now set to Q1 2021 (Pretty much as expected)
casual47
08/10/2020
13:07
Nah. Given the details of his post I'm pretty sure he is aware of ADVFN. There have been a few 1 post posters and i wouldn't be surprised if they are all the same.
casual47
08/10/2020
13:04
Do you want to say anything direct to 'Goldbug'? Notice it's his first ever LSE post
2pablo
08/10/2020
12:43
Originally the investor loan was secured against Chaarat Zaav, the Kyrgyz assets, because at the time it was the only asset. Then it got moved to Kapan as a second ranking secured loan, behind the bank debt. Now the security has been moved against the group level, Chaarat International. That's progress and a proper rebalancing of the debt portfolio, especially after all the debt that already got cleared down. I'm happy with that.
casual47
08/10/2020
12:11
Goldbug over on LSE is being very disingenuous, or simply deceitful, by saying that Labro got "free" shares for providing a guarantee and for taking on the debt. I wonder if he could find a commercial outlet anywhere which would be happy to provide a guarantee on a loan without charging any fees. Labro have taken on risk by providing the guarantee and they should be compensated for that. While I would have preferred to have seen a commercial lender step in for the whole $20m it is a valid solution for Labro to step in, especially given the unfortunate timing of the Armenian conflict just now. The arrangement where the Labro loan is secured against share equity on the group level also rebalances the debt portfolio and clears the way to more readily raise new debt against Kapan in future. By the end of the year the total debt secured against Kapan will be $28m and $18m the year after, so given the operational results and the gold price and recent zinc/copper prices that should leave plenty of scope to leverage more debt against this asset, especially once production increases by about 50% from the East Flank operation.
casual47
07/10/2020
11:24
"Looks like local mafia types are trying to get their hands on all of the various bits of infrastructure of national importance (e.g. airport etc)." Case in point: tweet just now saying that the Kyrgyz public broadcasting corporation has been seized hTTps://twitter.com/medialawkg/status/1313801582937505792?s=19
casual47
07/10/2020
11:08
They will not be the brightest bulbs.... A lot of the violence, looting etc is done by stupid thugs. Most Kyrgyz are looking on in disgust. Some have started their own volunteer civic defence groups where they stand in front of e.g. stores to protect them from vandalism. The seizing of producing mines (mainly gold but also coal) seems to be done by criminal gangs. Looks like local mafia types are trying to get their hands on all of the various bits of infrastructure of national importance (e.g. airport etc). Also, there's been a lot of cases where someone declares they are now e.g. mayor of Bishkek. When you have a power vacuum you get opportunists seeking to take advantage, that's all it is.
casual47
07/10/2020
10:54
I have visions now of 20 angry people bashing down a door and bounding in, only to retreat sheepishly when they realise it is empty.
jc2706
07/10/2020
07:50
Some good news: Chaarat posted yesterday's refinancing news on Linkedin and got "liked" by two EBRD folk. They will not be fazed by what's going on in Kyrgyzstan, I think. Once law and order returns to the country things should hopefully work out there.
casual47
07/10/2020
07:16
Looks like they're trying to go after Kumtor now also: "Vigilantes take control of Kumtor office" The office is in bishkek so hundreds of miles away from the mine itself hTTps://twitter.com/_24_kg/status/1313726513678880773?s=19 Via google translate: Vigilantes take control of Kumtor office 12:19, 07 October 2020, Bishkek - 24.kg, Yuri KOPYTIN In Bishkek, unknown persons tried to seize the office of the Kumtor company. Eyewitnesses told 24.kg news agency that there were about 15-20 people. They broke down the door, burst inside. At that moment, there was no one in the office - all employees of the company have been working remotely since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. After a short time, the invaders left the company's office, promising to return. Police officers and representatives of voluntary people's guards drove up to the Kumtor office.
casual47
06/10/2020
17:12
Well they did say they would be giving Tulkubash financing updates throughout H2 2020 : • Various financing initiatives remain in progress, including discussions with a number of institutions regarding project finance for the Tulkubash project. Further financing updates will be given throughout H2 2020.
2pablo
06/10/2020
16:24
Because they aren't negative in either Armenia or Kyrgyzstan obviously.
jc2706
06/10/2020
16:16
Seems to me , a 9.5% interest rate on the loan is rip off territory when interest rates are negative
juju44
06/10/2020
14:58
Centerra update: TORONTO, Oct. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Centerra Gold Inc. (TSX: CG) today confirmed that operations at its Kumtor Mine continue uninterrupted following the recent political unrest in the Kyrgyz Republic. The Kumtor Mine is located in a remote mountainous location 430 kilometres by road to the southeast of the national capital Bishkek which appears to be the centre of the unrest. The Company is monitoring the unfolding political events to ensure that conditions remain safe to continue to transport people and supplies to the mine. The political situation is continuing to evolve, and the Company is taking all the necessary precautions to ensure the safety of its personnel and operations.
casual47
06/10/2020
14:10
I suspect this will be just for the $7m. I doubt it is linked to the Tulku project finance.
casual47
06/10/2020
14:07
If they've separated this $7m for repaying, it would seem we are near to the main financing deal. This, it reads, will include the £7m, or am I reading too much into it?
2pablo
06/10/2020
13:14
JC - I wouldn't necessarily expect a comment on Kyrgyzstan for as long as either Tulku remains unaffected or the situation in Kyrgyzstan remains off the radar of the international press. On Twitter there's locals saying a coal mine in Kara-Keche got seized now also. There is not much worth agitating about for locals in Tulkubash as it is mostly a greenfield still. The boast from Artem that Chaarat works to have solid relationships with the local Elders who don't tend to change as often as the politicians may get its first real test.
casual47
06/10/2020
12:56
Its a relief to have at least $13.5m of the loan taken care of and for such a long term. It will make the remaining $7m a lot easier to refinance with commercial debt providers. The fact that both the $13.5m and $7m will be secured on the group level rather than against Kapan means that more debt could be taken on secured against Kapan. So now we have: Secured against share capital of the group (Chaarat International): $13.5m and $7m debt Secured against Kapan: $30m bank debt Secured against Kyrgyz assets (Chaarat Zaav): $20m loan notes I would have liked to have seen a commercial lender step in for the full $20.5m as that would really prove the solidity of the business case but it's progress anyway.
casual47
06/10/2020
12:41
Refinancing of the loan I see with Labro picking up the tab. No comment on the situation in Kyrgyzstan though. I am surprised that the price has stayed where it is given the news. I suppose no trades for the day is the reason why, which in itself is surprising.
jc2706
06/10/2020
11:20
Looks like the Jamgyr mine and Chinese operated Kichi-Chaarat mine (nothing to do with our Chaarat) can be added to the list of mines under attack. hTTps://24.kg/ekonomika/167901_vregionah_kyirgyizstana_zahvatyivayut_zolotorudnyie_mestorojdeniya/amp/?__twitter_impression=true Via Google translate: Gold deposits are being captured in regions of Kyrgyzstan 16:18, 06 October 2020, Bishkek - 24.kg, Tatiana KUDRYAVTSEVA Several enterprises of the mining industry were seized by the protesters. This is reported both by representatives of the companies themselves and by users of social networks. At the Jerui deposit in the Talas region, unknown persons looted a warehouse and set fire to the building of a gold recovery factory. Local residents attacked the Jamgyr gold mine, two laboratory workers barricaded themselves in the building. In addition, there are reports that all employees were expelled from the Tereksai field. Local guards were set up on Kichi-Chaarat. The State Committee for Industry, Energy and Subsoil Use is not available for comment.
casual47
06/10/2020
10:41
After the arson and run on Jerooy earlier today another miner is stopping work: hTTps://rus.azattyk.org/amp/30878138.html Via Google translate: Turkish company has suspended work at the Terek-Sai field at the request of the local population October 06, 2020 In the Chatkal district of the Jalal-Abad region, a Turkish company suspended work at the Terek-Sai field at the request of the local population. Bolotbek Ashirbaev, head of the Terek-Sai village council, where the deposit is located, told Azattyk about this. “A group of local residents came to the leadership of the Turkish company and demanded to suspend the development of the field until the situation in the country stabilized. The company agreed to prevent clashes between the parties, ”Ashirbayev said. The field is being developed by Eti Bakir Terek-Sai, a joint venture with 25% of the capital owned by Kyrgyzaltyn OJSC and 75% by the Turkish Eti Bakir. For the development of the Terek-Sai field, the company has attracted investments of $ 100 million since 2016. Earlier, the head of the Bekmoldinsky ayil okmotu in the Talas region, Kubanych Kanybekov, told Azattyk that an arson was committed at the Jerui field.
casual47
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