Rob Terry-backed broker Daniel Stewart' shares suspended from Aim

 
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Shares in Daniel Stewart have been suspended again (Source: Getty)
hares in troubled stockbroker Daniel Stewart are to be suspended from London’s junior Aim market, as the broker attempts to secure new funding.

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The broker, backed by controversial Quindell founder Rob Terry, has had its shares suspended several times recently.

The Aim-listed broker’s own broker quit in April after a five-month suspension from the market due to a delayed annual report.

Daniel Stewart has announced that its shares will be suspended until it has secured a funding package and published its accounts:

The company is working on the conclusion of a funding package that it expects to announce shortly, following which it expects to be able to publish its full year 2015 accounts and resume trading on Aim.

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