Hungarian IT provider Synergon wound up

Sam Trendall
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Hungarian IT provider Synergon wound up

Company confirms imminent delisting in stock market announcement

Hungarian IT provider and outsourcer Synergon is delisting from the Budapest Stock Exchange as the company finalises winding-up proceedings. The firm issued a market update shortly before Christmas confirming that winding-up proceedings were to commence on 1 January. A further notice was sent out last week explaining that the company had applied on 5 January for its shares to be delisted. Administrators at the Stock Exchange have now confirmed that Synergon's request has been granted, and trading...

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