StockMarketWire.com - Inventory finance software provider CFS Group said its shares would be suspended from trading from AIM because it wasn't able to find a replacement nominated adviser.

Following an extraordinary general meeting in September, the company's chairman Phil Cartmell resigned and adviser Allenby Capital gave three months' notice.

CFS Group met with potential replacements but was turned down by each.

The company shares would be suspended from trading on 2 January.

If it can't find an adviser within one month of 2 January admission of its shares on AIM would be cancelled.

At 1:47pm: [LON:CSFG] CSF Group share price was -0.75p at 0.5p



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