Kolar Gold Limited - Adviser Change of Name

09 November 2012

9 November 2012


Kolar Gold Ltd


Adviser Change of Name


Kolar Gold Limited ("Kolar Gold" or the "Company"), the Indian focused gold exploration and mine development company, announces that is has novated its Nominated Adviser and Broker agreement with Singer Capital Markets Limited to Nplus1 Singer Advisory LLP ("N+1 Singer") with immediate effect. This follows the completion of the merger between Singer Capital Markets Limited and N+1 Brewin LLP.


For further information please contact:


Kolar Gold Limited


Nick Spencer / Chris Clowes

+617 3846 0211

N+1 Singer  (Nomad and Joint Broker)

N+1 Singer  (Nomad and Joint Broker)

James Maxwell / Jenny Wyllie

+44 20 3205 7500

Tavistock Communications (Financial PR / IR)

Tavistock Communications (Financial PR / IR)

Ed Portman / Jessica Fontaine

+44 20 7920 3150



About Kolar Gold Limited:


Kolar Gold is an Indian gold exploration and development company, listed on the AIM market (Ticker: KGLD) that has an experienced international board and strong local partners.


KGL has rights to explore and develop one prospecting licence and 13 further licence applications in the Kolar Gold Belt, an 80 kilometre long Archaean Greenstone Belt, in Southern India. The Kolar Gold Belt is one of the most prospective underdeveloped Archaean Greenstone Belts in the world and is regarded by Mr Andrew J Vigar of Mining Associates Limited, the Competent Person, as comparable to the Archaean Greenstone Belts of South Africa, Canada and Western Australia which have similar geology, structure and style of mineralisation. This project area includes 32 known mineralised prospects and covers 568 square kilometres in the southern states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. KGL commenced exploration on the first Prospecting Licence in South Kolar in February 2011.


KGL is also jointly pursuing, with the mine employee unions, the acquisition and revival of the neighbouring historic Kolar Gold Fields which has produced 25 million ounces of gold at 15.9 grams per tonne over 120 years until closure in 2001.