Gulf Keystone announces notification of proposed AIM cancellation and admission to the Official List
Further to previous announcements, Gulf Keystone confirms its intention to apply for admission, with a standard listing, of its entire issued share capital to the Official List of the United Kingdom Listing Authority (the "Official List"), and for admission to trading on the London Stock Exchange plc's ("LSE") main market for listed securities (the "Main Market") (together, "Admission"). Pursuant to Rule 41 of the AIM Rules for Companies, the Company hereby gives notice of the intended cancellation of trading of its common shares on the AIM market of the LSE ("AIM").
It is expected that the Company's common shares will be admitted to the Official List, commence trading on the Main Market and simultaneously be cancelled on AIM effective at 8.00 a.m. on or after 24 March 2014 (the "Admission Date"), subject to the receipt of the necessary approvals from the UK Listing Authority and the LSE. The Company will issue a prospectus in connection with the Admission prior to the Admission Date.
Following Admission, shareholders in the Company will be able to trade common shares on the Main Market.
A further announcement will be made in due course.
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