SolGold PLC Announces Financing Update


LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM / ACCESSWIRE / June 25, 2024 / SolGold (LSE:SOLG)(TSX:SOLG) is pleased to report that Management’s discussions for a significant potential funding package (“Financing“) for the Cascabel Project (“Cascabel” or the “Project“) are progressing.

As an interim measure, Franco-Nevada Corporation (“Franco-Nevada“) provided a US$10 million loan facility (“Loan Facility“) to the Company. The Financing and Loan Facility were previously referenced in the Company’s news release issued on May 14, 2024 ( The Loan Facility was provided to support SolGold’s ongoing operations as discussions regarding the longer-term Financing advance. Franco-Nevada is a valuable partner in the Project and is very supportive of these developments. The $10M Loan Facility provided by Franco-Nevada is subject to a 12% per annum interest rate and matures on 19 July 2024.

The Company cautions readers that, with the exception of the Loan Facility, it has not entered into any new agreements regarding such a transaction, and there can be no assurance that any discussions that have taken place will result in such agreements. Given that SolGold is presently in discussions, the Company does not intend to comment further unless otherwise required pursuant to applicable securities laws and regulations.

As we continue to work to advance the Cascabel Project, SolGold remains committed to delivering significant value to our shareholders. We are focused on securing the necessary financing to develop the Project and are confident in its potential to become a world-class copper-gold operation.

This announcement contains inside information for the purposes of Article 7 of the UK Market Abuse Regulation.

This announcement was approved for release by Scott Caldwell – Chief Executive Officer


Scott Caldwell
SolGold Plc (CEO)

Tel: +44 (0) 20 3807 6996

Tavistock (Media)
Jos Simson/Gareth Tredway

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SolGold is a leading resources company focused on the discovery, definition and development of world-class copper and gold deposits and continues to strive to deliver objectives efficiently and in the interests of shareholders.

The Company operates with transparency and in accordance with international best practices. SolGold is committed to delivering value to its shareholders while simultaneously providing economic and social benefits to impacted communities, fostering a healthy and safe workplace, and minimizing environmental impact.

SolGold is listed on the London Stock Exchange and Toronto Stock Exchange (LSE/TSX: SOLG).

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The Company and its officers do not endorse, or reject or otherwise comment on the conclusions, interpretations or views expressed in press articles or third-party analysis.

The Company recognises that the term World Class is subjective and for the purpose of the Company’s projects the Company considers the drilling results at the Alpala porphyry copper-gold deposit at its Cascabel project to represent intersections of a World Class deposit on the basis of comparisons with other drilling intersections from World Class deposits, some of which have become, or are becoming, producing mines and on the basis of available independent opinions which may be referenced to define the term “World Class” (or “Tier 1”).

The Company considers that World Class deposits are rare, very large, long life, low cost, and are responsible for approximately half of total global metals production. World Class deposits are generally accepted as deposits of a size and quality that create multiple expansion opportunities and have or are likely to demonstrate robust economics that ensure development irrespective of position within the global commodity cycles, or whether or not the deposit has been fully drilled out, or a feasibility study completed.

Standards drawn from industry experts (1Singer and Menzie, 2010; 2Schodde, 2006; 3Schodde and Hronsky, 2006; 4Singer, 1995; 5Laznicka, 2010) have characterised World Class deposits at prevailing commodity prices. The relevant criteria for World Class deposits, adjusted to current long run commodity prices, are considered to be those holding or likely to hold more than 5 million tonnes of copper and/or more than 6 million ounces of gold with a modelled net present value of greater than US$1billion.

The Company cautions that the Cascabel Project remains an early-stage project at this time and there is inherent uncertainty relating to any project at prior to the determination of pre-feasibility study and/or defined feasibility study.

On this basis, reference to the Cascabel Project as “World Class” (or “Tier 1”) is considered to be appropriate.

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