The Dubai-based interior design company, Depa Limited, which fitted out the Burj Khalifa, on Monday announced its listing on the London Stock Exchange has been terminated.
The company mentioned in a statement, “Depa Limited delisted its GDRs because the volume of global depositary receipts traded on the LSE was negligible and did not, in Depa’s view, justify the related expenses of the listing.”
Earlier this month, Depa announced that it will be changing its listing currency on Nasdaq Dubai from US dollars to UAE dirhams from March 11.
The company stated that its final day of trading in US dollars would be on March 6.
Depa also mentioned earlier this month that it has appointed a unit of top UAE financial services company Shuaa Capital as its liquidity provider.
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