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Nabis Holdings to start trading under ticker NABIF on OTC Markets

The previous symbol was INNPF, the company said in a brief regulatory statement

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The new ticker on OTC is NABIF

Nabis Holdings Inc (CSE:NAB)(OTC: INNPF)(OTC: NABIF), the Canadian investment company, has been approved to begin trading under the ticker "NABIF" on the OTC Markets as of the start of trade on June 20.

The previous symbol was "INNPF," the company said in a brief regulatory statement.

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"Trading under the new OTC ticker "NABIF" completes our corporate transition to Nabis. With our public company presence now fully aligned to our corporate brand, we are excited to continue to build the Nabis footprint across the United States,” said Shay Shnet, CEO and director of Nabis.

The firm will continue to trade on the Canadian Stock Exchange under '"NAB" as well as on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange under A2PL.

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Price: $0.10

Market: CSE
Market Cap: $9.56 m
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