iCreate expects word from JSE today on shares trading suspension

By Javaughn Keyes 
Listed digital and creative company iCreate is expecting to hear from the Jamaica Stock Exchange today (Monday) regarding the suspension of its shares being traded on the market.
At a press briefing held on Friday, Tyrone Wilson, founder and CEO of iCreate, said the company had submitted all the required documents to the JSE.
Mr Wilson said the company is working to strengthen its governance framework.
Trading of shares in the Junior Market company was suspended for a second time on January 18 this year.
iCreate shares resumed trading in October 2023, after they were first suspended in August 2023.
The company on Friday announced plans to sue Sagicor Investments, for what it views as an inappropriate move by the financial company to sanction a receivership.
This was in relation to outstanding sums on a $24 million bond. 

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