Another one of Nabarro Wells’ former nominated adviser clients has left Aim.
Personal Screening says that it is near to securing the acquisition of a media company. It has not been able to complete the transaction and the appointment of a new nominated adviser as quickly as hoped so the quotation has been cancelled. Management hopes to send out a circular to shareholders in the New Year.
Ambrian Capital bought Nabarro Wells in April 2008.
Jarlway, Crescent Hydropolis and Addworth have all left Aim because they did not replace Nabarro Wells as nominated adviser. Four other companies found alternative nominated advisers.
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