Flutter Entertainment, a leading company in the gambling and entertainment industry, has made an important announcement. In an effort to streamline operations and simplify regulatory complexities, Flutter has decided to delist its shares from the Irish stock exchange, Euronext Dublin. This move is part of Flutter’s plan to focus on their listings in London and New York.
Effective from 8.00am (GMT) on Monday 29 January 2024, Flutter’s ordinary shares will be delisted from Euronext Dublin. However, there is good news for investors as the company’s shares will remain eligible for trading on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Additionally, Flutter has made progress towards its US listing. Subject to the effectiveness of its Form 20-F Registration Statement with the US Securities and Exchange Commission, Flutter will begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange from the same date, 29 January 2024. To facilitate this move, Flutter’s shareholders have approved the migration of the settlement system of its ordinary shares from Euroclear Bank to the Depository Trust Company.
Furthermore, Flutter has also announced positive financial results. In their provisional trading update for the fourth quarter, the company reported a significant 15% rise in overall revenue.
These developments mark an exciting new chapter for Flutter Entertainment as it expands its presence and continues to thrive in the global market.
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