Plotinus postpones delisting on lack of quorum

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Investment company Plotinus Holding said Wednesday it had to delay a decision on its proposed delisting from the Budapest Stock Exchange due to the lack of a quorum at its general meeting, Hungarian wire service MTI reported.

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The board wants to put the issue of delisting on the agenda again at the companyʼs next annual general meeting, Plotinus said. 

In January, Plotinus said its board would propose a delisting and order a share and bond buyback. 

Plotinus said its presence on the bourse had "tied up significant resources without producing significant benefit."

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