DMH Stallard advises on US$31,000,000 investment in SolGold plc

DMH Stallard LLP, working with McMillan LLP as Canadian law and Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) adviser, has acted on behalf of Jiangxi Copper (Hong Kong) Investment Company Limited (Jiangxi) in relation to its US$31,000,000 investment in SolGold plc, the London and TSX-listed resources company focussed on the discovery, definition and development of world-class copper and gold deposits. Jiangxi subscribed for 155,000,000 ordinary shares in Solgold plc, which were listed on the Standard Segment of the Official List and admitted to trading on the London and Toronto markets on 13 December 2022.

The DMH Stallard team was led by Nick Williams and included Matt Akers, Ben Greenwood and Amber Monaghan.

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Nick Williams


Expert lawyer in flotations, fundraising, mergers and acquisitions, investment, corporate restructuring and governance.
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Matt Akers


Advises clients on a broad range of commercial disputes principally arising out of breaches of contract, fraud and shareholder/partnership issues.
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Amber Monaghan


Expert in mergers and acquisitions, shareholder arrangements, group reorganisations and general company law matters.

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