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Anglo Pacific Group PLC: Notification of Transactions of Directors/Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibility and Connected Persons

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 07/16/14 -- Anglo Pacific Group PLC (TSX: APY) (LSE: APF)

Annex DTR3

Please complete all relevant boxes should in block capital letters.

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 1. Name of the issuer                 2. State whether the notification
                                          relates to (i) a transaction
                                          notified in accordance with DTR
                                          3.1.2 R, (ii) a disclosure made in
                                          accordance with section 793 of the
                                          Companies Act 2006, or (iii) in
                                          accordance with paragraph 26 of
                                          the Model Code
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    ANGLO PACIFIC GROUP PLC               (i)
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 3. Name of person discharging         4. State whether notification relates
    managerial                            to a
    responsibilities/director             person connected with a person
                                          discharging managerial
                                          responsibilities/director named
                                          in 3 and identify the connected
                                          person
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    JULIAN ANDRE TREGER                   KINGS CHAPEL INTERNATIONAL LIMITED
                                          ("KCIL")
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 5. Indicate whether the notification  6. Description of shares (including
    is in respect of a holding of the     class), debentures or derivatives
    person referred to in 3 or 4 above    or financial instruments relating
    or in respect of a non-beneficial     to shares
    interest1
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    HELD BY KCIL                          ORDINARY SHARES OF 2p
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 7. Name of registered shareholders(s) 8. State the nature of the
    and, if more than one, the number     transaction
    of shares held by each of them
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    KCIL                                  TRANSFER OF SHARES
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 9. Number of shares, debentures or    10.Percentage of issued class
    financial instruments relating to     acquired (treasury shares of that
    shares acquired                       class should not be taken into
                                          account when calculating
                                          percentage)
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    165,416 SHARES                        0.1%
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 11.Number of shares, debentures or    12.Percentage of issued class
    financial instruments relating to     disposed (treasury shares of that
    shares disposed                       class should not be taken into
                                          account when calculating
                                          percentage)
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    -                                     -
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 13.Price per share or value of        14.Date and place of transaction
    transaction
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    Nil Consideration                     13 June 2014, London
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 15.Total holding following            16.Date issuer informed of
    notification and total percentage     transaction
    holding following notification
    (any treasury shares should not be
    taken into account when
    calculating percentage)
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    1,199,389 SHARES (1.03%)              15 July 2014
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If a person discharging managerial responsibilities has been granted options by the issuer complete the following boxes

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17. Date of grant                     18. Period during which or date on
                                          which exercisable
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19. Total amount paid (if any) for    20. Description of shares or
    grant of the option                   debentures involved (class and
                                          number)
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21. Exercise price (if fixed at time  22. Total number of shares or
    of grant) or indication that price    debentures over which options held
    is to be fixed at the time of         following notification
    exercise
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23. Any additional information        24. Name of contact and telephone
                                          number for queries
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Name of authorised officer of issuer responsible for making notification

Peter Mason

Date of notification 16 July 2014

This form is intended for use by an issuer to make a RIS notification required by DR 3.1.4R(1).

(1) An issuer making a notification in respect of a transaction relating to the shares or debentures of the issuer should complete boxes 1 to 16, 23 and 24.

(2) An issuer making a notification in respect of a derivative relating the shares of the issuer should complete boxes 1 to 4, 6, 8, 13, 14, 16, 23 and 24.

(3) An issuer making a notification in respect of options granted to a director/person discharging managerial responsibilities should complete boxes 1 to 3 and 17 to 24.

(4) An issuer making a notification in respect of a financial instrument relating to the shares of the issuer (other than a debenture) should complete boxes 1 to 4, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 16, 23 and 24.

For further information:

Anglo Pacific Group PLC
Julian Treger
Chief Executive Officer
Peter Mason
Company Secretary
+44 (0) 20 3435 7400
Website: www.anglopacificgroup.com

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