Stock Exchange Changes Trading Symbol of Interlinked Technologies

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By Dipo Olowookere

The name and trading symbol of Interlinked Technologies Plc has been changed by the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited.

The modification was made by the stock exchange after the firm submitted the change of name approved by the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

Business Post recalls that at the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the organisation held last December, shareholders agreed to the proposal seeking to change the company’s name to Eunisell Interlinked Plc from Interlinked Technologies Plc.

The board had commenced the paperwork to reflect this new development and after weeks of talks, a notice has been sent to the exchange to reflect the change,

As a result, the stock exchange has reviewed and have agreed to change the company’s trading symbol to EUNISELL from INTERLINK.

“Trading license holders and the investing public are hereby notified that the change of name of Interlinked Technologies Plc to Eunisell Interlinked Plc has been implemented by Nigerian Exchange Limited.

“This is in line with the approval obtained from the company’s shareholders at its Annual General Meeting held on December 10, 2020, and the company’s receipt of a new certificate of incorporation from the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC).

“Please note that the company’s trading symbol has also changed from INTERLINK to EUNISELL,” a disclosure from the stock exchange disclosed.

According to its profile, the organisation claims to be Nigeria’s leading power engineering and technology solutions companies with over 30 years of industry experience.

It provides engineering and technology solutions to diverse sectors including power, oil & gas, manufacturing and infrastructure.

The shares of the company have remained flat at N2.91 per unit at the exchange for months, with very low trading activity. In one instance, only a single unit of the stock was traded. The last recorded day its stocks were transacted at the NGX was May 10, 2021, and only 50 units exchanged hands.

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