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

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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.   

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