Synergon requests delisting from Budapest bourse
Hungarian IT company Synergon Informatikai today requested the delisting of its shares from the Budapest Stock Exchange, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
Screen grab of the companyʼs website.
Synergonʼs shareholders decided at an extraordinary general meeting on December 22 on winding up the company. The process began on January 1, 2016.
Synergon said in November that shareholdersʼ equity had fallen below the two-thirds of share capital threshold, and it also announced that its troubled unit Synergon Integrator had failed to reach a final agreement with its creditors.
Synergon shares were listed on the Budapest Stock Exchange on May 5, 1999.
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