Sharyn Gol's reporting hat trick

MONGOLIAN coal company Sharyn Gol JSC has received unqualified 2012 and 2011 financial statements and an unqualified financial report for 2010 from Ernst & Young Mongolia.

Staff Reporter

In a statement on Monday Sharyn Gol said it believed it was the only company listed on the Mongolian Stock Exchange with a three-year history of unqualified financial results from a Mongolian affiliate of a top three international auditor.

"The unqualified financials validate Sharyn Gol's aim to present its results in an accurate and transparent manner consistent with international accounting standards,” chief executive officer Graham Chapman said.

The thermal coal producer also announced the appointment of Kenneth Farrell to the board of directors.

Kenneth Farrell is the CEO of Bumi Resources Minerals and an executive director of Bumi Resources, Indonesia's largest listed coal mining company.

Prior to joining Bumi in 2002, Farrell worked for BHP Billiton for 21 years in various executive and managerial capacities.

Sharyn Gol produces high-grade thermal coal at its flagship Sharyn Gol mine and sells to state-owned power stations, local cement factories as well as other major wholesale and retail consumers.

Most read Archive

loader

Most read Archive