TUI eyes 24 June delisting from London Stock Exchange

AGM on 13 February

James Baxter-Derrington
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TUI has confirmed it plans to delist from the London Stock Exchange and will put a proposal to investors at its upcoming AGM.

According to a regulatory filing today (4 January), the tour operator has consulted with shareholders on the matter and will propose the resolution at its 13 February AGM. The move follows an announcement by the firm on 6 December, which confirmed it was considering a move from the London Stock Exchange after being approached by "certain" shareholders to discuss and understand whether the current listing structure is "optimal and advantageous". Stock Spotlight: TUI on track for recovery as possible move from LSE looms large One of Europe's largest tour operators, TUI has had a dual...

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