Why companies left AIM in October 2023

There were nine companies leaving AIM in October. Four were taken over, three decided to cancel their quotation and two went into administration. There were no new admissions during the month.

4 October

Fulcrum Utility Services Ltd

Sheffield-based Fulcrum Utility Services gained shareholder approval to leave AIM because it felt that it was unlikely to be able to raise additional funds. There is also a cost to being quoted, which was not warranted.  

The final share price was a ...

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