Harvey Nash shares moves to AIM from LSE

Harvey Nash has moved from the main market of the London Stock Exchange to AIM (Alternative Investment Market).

In a statement, released this morning, the technology, finance, HR, interim and digital staffing specialist confirmed the admission of its shares to trading on AIM today, with its shares removed from trading on the main market of the London Stock Exchange and its listing there cancelled.

Shareholders backed the firm’s plans at the end of June.

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