Boxhill Technologies suspends trading on Aim as financial information is leaked ahead of publication

 
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Aim-listed payment software firm Boxhill Technologies has suspended trading its shares after it discovered that information from its unpublished accounts had been leaked ahead of time.

Shares were suspended this morning, after "certain information contained in the 2015 was posted on certain bulletin boards on [Sunday] 10 January", the company said.

"While the 2015 accounts are at an advanced stage of completion, at the current time the company remains in the process of finalising the notification and publication of the 2015 accounts in conjunction with its advisers, including the company's auditors," it added.

The lottery, software, gaming and leisure company said trading would resume once the accounts had been published "and the appropriate notification being made in accordance with the Aim rules".

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