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Company Response

9 Feb 2017

Gold Fields

Gold Fields response & statement on repeal of transparency regulations under US Dodd-Frank Act section 1504

Gold Fields is not making a formal statement on the Congressional actions regarding SEC regulations under Dodd Frank Act Section 1504. Gold Fields remains fully committed to transparent reporting and plans to provide ever greater details of our operational, financial, environmental, social and governance performance. This is not only in compliance with our commitment to the EITI principles – of which we are a member via the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM) – but also to give our stakeholders an accurate picture of our performance in all these areas.

[Editor's note: For an additional statement by Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland on the company's policy in the face of changes in US transparency laws, see this article.]