The Marketing Group PLC (NASDAQ OMX:RYVL), which trades as RYVL, will see its shares delisted from Nasdaq First North and said it intends to apply for a future listing at another suitable venue before the end of 2019.
The group announced on 17 March 2019 that, after an investigation following recent acquisitions, Nasdaq had concluded that the company’s operations had changed substantially and it was therefore no longer compliant with its listing requirements and that the company had to file a new application for admission to trading on Nasdaq First North by 1 April 2019 or be de-listed.
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In a statement today, the company said that “having carefully considered the current situation and the pros and cons of applying for a re-listing on Nasdaq First North, including the costs involved in such application process and the Company’s intentions for the future, the Board of Directors of TMG has resolved not to file a new application with Nasdaq.”
Consequently, it added, Nasdaq will resolve to de-list the shares from Nasdaq First North.
The Marketing Group’s CEO, Jesper Ohlenschlaeger commented: “It is my firm opinion that the TMG has not changed identity and that necessary steps have been taken to comply with the requirements of Nasdaq First North.
“In this respect, TMG has continuously sought guidance from its Certified Adviser. However, given the current situation and the future of TMG, the Board of Directors finds it to be advantageous for TMG to leave the Nasdaq First North trading platform as the value of the Company was not reflected in the share price.”
He concluded: “This situation enables us to fully implement a heavy turn-around strategy before applying for a future listing of the Company’s shares at a suitable listing venue, which is expected to take place before the end of 2019.”
To investigate alternate trading arrangements
The Marketing Group pointed out that its shareholders will remain as shareholders in the company after de-listing of the shares.
The company said it intends to investigate alternate arrangements to accommodate trading in the company’s shares, for example on an OTC trading platform, until they have been re-listed on a suitable listing venue.
It concluded: “Shareholders will shortly be convened to an extraordinary general meeting at which further information about the Company’s future strategy will be presented and discussed.”