HMB: Hambledon Mining PLC: Notice of EGM UK Regulatory Announcement LONDON Armadale Capital Plc / Index: AIM / Epic: ACP / Sector: Investment Company 6 September 2013 Armadale Capital Plc (‘Armadale’ or ‘the Company’) Investment Update and Notice of General Meeting Armadale, the AIM quoted investment company focused on natural resources and infrastructure projects in Africa, announces it is proposing to update its investing policy and has today convened a general meeting of Shareholders (‘the General Meeting’) to approve it. Investing Policy The Board previously undertook to review its current investing policy and is proposing shareholders approve an updated policy that the Board believe will enable it to continue to pursue investment opportunities in support of Armadale’s stated strategy of becoming a diversified mining and resource-focused investment company. A Notice of General Meeting has today been posted to Shareholders to approve the new investing policy as well as to renew the directors’ authority to allot shares. A copy of the Notice of General Meeting is available on the Company’s website. The General Meeting will be held at 10.00 a.m. on 23 September 2013 at 42 Queen Anne’s Gate, London SW1H 9AP. Mine Restoration Investments Limited (“MRI”) The Company is also pleased to announce that Justin Lewis, a director of the Company, has joined the board of MRI to oversee Armadale’s investment. Despite the strikes within the South African coal industry, MRI continues to make good progress with the final commissioning of its coal briquetting plant in South Africa. This commissioning, which includes initial production should be completed toward the end of this month pending full commercial production in October. Chairman of Armadale Capital, Peter Marks said: “The adoption of the new investing policy will enable the board to pursue attractive investment opportunities to support the implementation of Armadale’s stated strategy of becoming a diversified mining and resource-focused investment company. “In line with this new investing policy, the board would be in a position to expand its current portfolio of interests; building on its 40% interest in Mine Restoration Investments Ltd, in the final commissioning stages of its coal briquetting plant in South Africa, and the recently announced investment in the Mpokoto Gold Project in the Katanga Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo. “Collectively, the board has extensive experience in identifying and executing potential resource opportunities, and has built a strong track record in building value through acquisitions and corporate transactions. I am confident that under the new proposed investing policy, the Armadale team will be able to deliver further compelling investment opportunities and generate significant value for our shareholders.” To view a full description of the investing policy, visit the Company’s website at www.armadalecapitalplc.com. **ENDS** Enquiries: Company Peter Marks, Chairman +44 207 233 1462 Charles Zorab, Investor Relations Nomad and broker: finnCap Limited Stuart Andrews/Christopher Raggett +44 207 220 0500 Press relations: St Brides Media & Finance Ltd. Susie Geliher/Charlotte Heap +44 207 236 1177 Notes Armadale Capital Plc is focussed on investing in and developing a portfolio of investments, targeting the natural resources and/or infrastructure sectors. The Company, led by a team with operational experience and a strong track record in Africa, has a strategy of identifying high growth potential businesses where it can take an active role in their advancement. Armadale currently holds approximately a 40% interest in Mine Restoration Investments Ltd, a South African listed company, which aims to develop profitable operations within the South African mining industry through its coal briquetting operation in KwaZulu Natal and acid mine drainage project in the Witwatersrand basins. More information can be found on the website www.armadalecapitalplc.com. Contact: Hambledon Mining PLC
HMB: Hambledon Mining PLC: Notice of EGM
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