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AIZ right issue non-tradable


Que

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Hi everyone,

Can I ask about the AIZ right issue? It has been more than a month from their capitalization starting and my right issue of 5,000 shares are still non tradable with the value of $0. Are there anyone know what is going on and should I take any actions?

Thank you.

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1 hour ago, Que said:

Hi everyone,

Can I ask about the AIZ right issue? It has been more than a month from their capitalization starting and my right issue of 5,000 shares are still non tradable with the value of $0. Are there anyone know what is going on and should I take any actions?

Thank you.

Hi @Que,
Thank you for your post, I believe that the AIZ rights ere not expected to trade. The right issue was also scaled back.

If you received an email from the Corporate Action team, it would be best to ask them directly as they are the team that have all the relevant information on Corporate actions.

All the best - Arvin
 

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