Skip to main content

Mayer Brown advises Toro Gold on sale of share capital to Resolute Mining

Published by , Assistant Editor
Global Mining Review,

Mayer Brown has advised Toro Gold Limited, the private gold producer, on the sale of its entire share capital to Resolute Mining Ltd for approximately US$300 million. 

Resolute, the Australian-based gold miner, will acquire Toro for a consideration payable of US$130 million in cash and 142.5 million Resolute shares. 

Toro's flagship asset, the low-cost, high-margin Mako gold mine located in eastern Senegal, will become Resolute's fourth mining facility.


The Mayer Brown team was led by Corporate & Securities partners Rob Hamill and Rebecca Bothamley and included: Corporate & Securities – senior associate Harriet Hainsworth, associates Priya Mistry, Katie Bunce and trainee solicitor Sarah Reder; and Employment & Benefits – Consultant Andrew Stanger.   

Read the article online at:

You might also like


Electrification in Mining virtual conference

Join us on 16 April 2024 for Global Mining Review's first Electrification in Mining event is an interactive virtual conference, focusing on electrification as the future of sustainable mining and exploring the innovative approaches and technologies being developed to facilitate its implementation.

Register for FREE »


Embed article link: (copy the HTML code below):


This article has been tagged under the following:

Australian mining news


Global Mining Review is not responsible for the content of external internet sites.