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HI all

I am new to share dealing and have set up a isa share account and have purchased some shares on the ig platform. One company i wish to buy shares in is not listed on ig main markets and on the web it says shares can be bought otc. IG says it supports otc, can anyone give any information how i would place an otc trade on IG?.

 

Many thanks

Piggy

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Guest zaman

 

Hi James, 

One of the stocks I own was de-listed from Nasdaq and is now only traded on OTC. How can I go about selling that stock please? The company name is Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHKAQ). Pls anyone tell me how can i sell this one 

Thanks!

 

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On 23/01/2021 at 02:15, Guest zaman said:

 

Hi James, 

One of the stocks I own was de-listed from Nasdaq and is now only traded on OTC. How can I go about selling that stock please? The company name is Chesapeake Energy Corporation (CHKAQ). Pls anyone tell me how can i sell this one 

Thanks!

 

Hey, 

If a stock delists we will reach out to you via email once we have more information about the delisting. 

Within that email we will be able to offer you some different outcomes for that stock. 

All the best 

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