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EXPLORING THE TARAIRA GOLD BELT MAY 2013

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FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS


This presentation may contain forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements are made as of the date of the PowerPoint presentation and Cosigo Resources Ltd. does not intend, and does not assume any obligation, to update these forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to the timing and amount of estimated future exploration, success of exploration activities, expenditures and requirements for additional capital. Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others, risks related to actual results of current exploration activities; changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined; the ability to enter into joint ventures or to acquire or dispose of property interests; risks associated with reliance on historical information; future prices of mineral resources; accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; ability to obtain financing; and delays in obtaining governmental approvals or financing. Dr. Joseph Montgomery, P.Eng., Executive Vice-President of Cosigo, is a Qualified Person under NI 43-101 and is responsible for the design and execution of the programs carried out by Cosigo in the Taraira Gold Belt. Dr. Montgomery has reviewed and approved the technical content of this presentation for compliance with NI 43-101. The technical information on the Machado Project included in this presentation is sourced from Technical Report, Machado Project, Vaupes Department, Colombia prepared for Horseshoe Gold Mining Inc. by Raymond M. Ashley, Professional Geophysicist and dated January 16, 2011.

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DIRECTORS & MANAGEMENT


Dennis Milburn - President & CEO, Director
Geologist and Chartered Accountant Over 40 years in the mining and mining finance industries Involved in raising more than $700 Million for mineral exploration

Barry Holmes - VP Corporate Development


Extensive experience in marketing, contract negotiation and First Nation partnerships through positions in the helicopter, exploration and brokerage industries

Magnus Haglund - Exploration Manager, Director


MSc (Geology) 15 years experience in the mineral exploration industry with management positions in both private and publicly traded companies

Dr. Joe Montgomery - Executive VP Expl, Director


Professional Engineer and PhD in Geology Extensive international geological experience Director of Anglo Potash, which was acquired by BHP Billiton in 2008

Pat Mooney - Director


More than 30 years of drilling and exploration experience Expert on cost-effective and rapid drilling systems

Andy Rendle - VP South American Ops, Director


Raised in Colombia Fluent in Spanish and South American business culture 18 years experience in the Colombian and Brazilian mineral industries

Edward G. Robinson - Director


Chartered accountant and business valuator Over 35 years experience in the finance and mining finance sectors

Christine Aney Chief Financial Officer


Chartered Accountant Long career with both public and private resource companies

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SOUTH AMERICAS GREAT RIVER SYSTEM

Brazil

Machado Garimpo

Colombia
Libertad

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MANAUS

Brazil

Machado Garimpo

Colombia
Libertad

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PONTE RIO NEGRO, MANAUS, BRAZIL

Brazil

Machado Garimpo

Colombia
Libertad

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PONTE RIO NEGRO, MANAUS, BRAZIL

Brazil

Machado Garimpo

Colombia
Libertad

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SAO GABRIEL

Brazil

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TOWN OF TARAIRA

Brazil

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HIGHLIGHTS
The Taraira Gold Belt is a giant system of gold-bearing ridges in eastern Colombia and northwestern Brazil In Colombia, Cosigo controls a large land package, which includes many historic gold mining areas

In Brazil, through unique agreements, Cosigo has been granted exclusivity to a 166,000 ha area with more than 400 km2 of ridge geology
The Taraira Gold Belt is potentially one of the largest unexplored gold districts in the world Cosigo is currently preparing for a first drill program scheduled to commence in mid-June

BRAZIL
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COSIGO FOCUS AREA

Vancouver

COLOMBIA

EQUADOR PERU

TARAIRA GOLD BELT


BRAZIL
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TARAIRA GOLD BELT


Giant belt of metasedimentary ridges in

Colombia and Brazil


COLOMBIA

Taraira Gold Belt geology has similarities with that of the Witwatersrand belt in South Africa
Intensely deformed, extensive old sedimentary deposits

BRAZIL

Fine-grained detrital gold in multiple strata Coarse-grained gold in veins and silicified strata

Witwatersrand has produced 40% of all gold mined to date


Over 100 years of gold mining

Taraira Gold Belt remains largely unexplored


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TARAIRA GOLD BELT

COLOMBIA

130 km

BRAZIL

80 km
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TARAIRA GOLD BELT HISTORY


Gold was first discovered in the ridges in 1980s Gold rush with 10,000 miners on Machado and Garimpo ridges Colombian government started investigating the geology of the area Machado was reserved by the Colombian State as an area of national interest In 2007, the 10,000 ha area was put out to bid Machado bid was won by Cosigo
Machado Garimpo

Brazil

130 km

Colombia
Libertad

80 km
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MACHADO - GOVERNMENT FINDINGS


Government reported over 130 artisanal gold mining operations at Machado in early 1990s
Gold mineralization was found along the entire 20 km length of the Machado bid area Government reported 3,600 t of rock mined from small open pit at Cerro Rojo contained 83 g/t Au (Government data, unconfirmed by Cosigo) Government drilled 12 non-targeted, stratigraphic drill holes, six of which contained visible gold

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MACHADO RIDGE
MACHADO RIDGE

1 km

BRAZIL
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100 m

MACHADO RIDGE

3,700 ft airstrip

Cosigo Exploration Camp

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MACHADO HISTORIC MINING


Open pit gold mine at Cerro Rojo

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MACHADO HISTORIC MINING


Tunnels at Cerro Rojo

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MACHADO COSIGO WORK


MMI soil sampling
Strong, large gold anomaly at central Machado Strike-length of at least 5 km

Rock sampling
32.4 g/t gold from a 617 kg sample Ridge hosts both original detrital gold and remobilized gold

Geology
Oxidized zones cross-cutting sedimentary strata are indicative of E-W structures favourable for remobilized gold These zones are 1st priority targets as they are likely to host both types of gold

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MACHADO COSIGO WORK

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MACHADO COSIGO WORK


Large MMI gold anomaly at the center of the Machado Property

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TARAIRA MINERALIZATION IS COARSE

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TARAIRA MINERALIZATION IS COARSE


Small samples will underestimate true gold grade in a coarse gold environment
Coarse gold grains

Barren

Low grade Increasing sample size

High grade

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TARAIRA MINERALIZATION IS COARSE


Samples From the Agamenon Adit at Machado
Two 1 kg one meter long channel samples Screen fire assay 0.73 and 0.98 g/t gold

Low grade

A 617 kg rock sample blasted from the same location Crushed and blended Two 10 kg sub-samples assayed 32.4 g/t gold 88% of the gold was recoverable by gravity
High grade

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TARAIRA MINERALIZATION IS COARSE


Colombian Government drilling in the 1990s
12 vertical drill holes totaling 1,103 m
Drilled to investigate stratigraphy, not targeted for gold Six of the holes contained visible gold Laboratory methods unsuitable for a coarse gold environment were used The visible gold is not reflected in the government assays

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TARAIRA MINERALIZATION IS COARSE


Government sampling
Phase
Drilling Sampling

Method
NQ-core Spot sampling of ~200 g pieces of core AAS No screen fire assay 2g

Comment
47.6 mm diameter Small unrepresentative sample Unsuitable for visible gold Small chance of capturing any Taraira gold

Assay type Assay charge

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TARAIRA GOLD BELT IN BRAZIL

Castano ridge seen from Cosigos field camp at Machado


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TARAIRA GOLD BELT IN BRAZIL


Brazilian side of the border is host to very large metasedimentary ridges More than 400 km2 of ridge outcrop Artisanal mining has occurred at La Vera, Castano and in many locations easily accessed from the rivers
Libertad Machado Garimpo Esperanza La Vera
Gold showing

Castano

Brazil

130 km

Colombia

Brazilian Geological Survey maps show numerous gold showings in the area

80 km
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BRAZIL COSIGO AREA OF EXCLUSIVITY


Thanks to its work in Colombia, Cosigo is also well-known in Brazil
Native communities invited Cosigo to explore in their territory

Castano
Machado

Brazil
La Vera

In December of 2012, Cosigo signed an exclusive Declaration of Intent with the community of Jose Mormes Declaration grants Cosigo the exclusive right to explore and develop mining opportunities in a 166,000 ha area
New Brazilian mining law in the making 3-year exclusivity period starts on receipt of project approvals

Colombia

Colombia

Area of exclusivity includes known gold occurrences on the Castano and La Vera ridges
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BRAZIL - CASTANO
Cosigo geology team visited the Castano area in late 2012 At Castano, a 900 m x 150 m area has been worked on surface by local miners

The majority of the exposed metasedimentary strata are gold-bearing


Initial rock sampling returned gold values up to 298 g/ton Further gold recovery operations occur along strike of this open-ended zone of gold mineralization

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BRAZIL - CASTANO

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BRAZIL - CASTANO RESULTS


Preliminary geological interpretation Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

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MACHADO DRILL PROGRAM


First Forestry Reserve Subtraction granted
Spatial and temporal restrictions

Initial drill program will focus in the Cerro Rojo sector


Abundant historic workings Easy logistics

Targeting an initial 1,500 m of drilling


Geology, drilling conditions will determine individual hole depths

Drilling scheduled to commence in midJune

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MACHADO - DRILL PROGRAM

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MACHADO - DRILL PROGRAM

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MACHADO - DRILL PROGRAM


Government sampling vs. Cosigo sampling
Phase
Drilling Sampling

Government
NQ-core Spot sampling of ~200 g pieces of core AAS No screen

Cosigo
92 mm RC Continuous

Comment
RC sample 400% larger Representative, homogeneous sample from the field CSG tests show that 50-75% of the gold goes unassayed if no screen Better chance of capturing micronuggets

Assay type

Screen Fire Assay

Assay charge

2g

30-50 g (for fines only)

Using suitable sampling and assay techniques is of paramount importance in environments with coarse gold
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SUMMARY
Being first in the region, both in Colombia and in Brazil, Cosigo is in a position to take advantage of opportunities in an area with outstanding potential for major gold discoveries Work to date has identified several areas of gold mineralization with long, openended, strike lengths as well as high grades Cosigos agreements with Brazilian native communities grants Cosigo an exclusive right to explore and develop mining projects in an area with more than 400 km2 of prospective geology Extensive test work has helped to establish an exploration approach focused on cost-effective RC drilling, which is ideally suited for the Taraira Gold Belt environment

Cosigos first drill program in the area is scheduled to start in mid-June of 2013

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SHARE STRUCTURE
Shares issued: Fully diluted: Warrants outstanding: Options outstanding: 73.1 Million 103.7 Million 24.5 Million 6 Million

Management ownership: 17 % Cash position: $1 Million

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For more information, please contact: Barry Holmes, VP Corporate Development Phone: 1-604-314-0773 E-mail: bholmes@cosigo.com

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