Receivers and managers of shares in Mongolian Coal Corporation Limited appointed

On 26 April 2016, pursuant to a Share Charge dated 29 March 2012, the Shared Security Agent acting on the instructions of BNP Paribas and Industrial and Commercial Bank of China appointed Rod Sutton, John Batchelor and Kenneth Fung, Senior Managing Directors of FTI Consulting, as Receivers and Managers of all of the shares in Mongolian Coal Corporation Limited ("MCCL"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Hong Kong Stock Exchange listed Mongolian Mining Corporation ("MMC", Stock Code: 975).

The Receivers and Managers advise that the key operating entities of the MMC group in Mongolia are unaffected by this appointment and will continue with their normal operations.

Mr. Batchelor stated, "The focus is to drive an offshore restructuring to ensure the ongoing long term viability of MMC and its subsidiaries. In consultation with management, an urgent assessment of the operations will be undertaken to determine the optimal financial and capital structure for stakeholders."

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