Update : Aug. 30, 2013
[Tokyo Stock Exchange, Inc.]
TSE has decided on delisting and designation as Securities to Be Delisted as follows.
|(1) Issue Name||
(Code:9378, Market Division: JASDAQ Standard)
|(2)Period of Designation as Securities to Be Delisted||From Aug. 30, 2013 (Fri.) to Sep. 13, 2013 (Fri.)|
Sep. 14, 2013 (Sat.)
(Note) In cases where circumstances in which the company should be promptly delisted occur, TSE may change the period of designation as Securities to Be Delisted and the delisting date.
Securities Listing Regulations, Rule 604-2, Paragraph 1, Item 3 (the first sentence of Rule 601, Paragraph 1, Item 7 of the same regulations is a related provision)
(Due to falling under a case where bankruptcy proceedings become necessary in accordance with the provisions of laws)
|(5)Reason||Today, WORLD･LOGI,Co.Ltd,. resolved to file a petition for commencement of bankruptcy proceedings at its board of directors meeting, and filed such petition with the Osaka District Court. On the same day, the court decided to commence such bankruptcy proceedings.|
Stocks of the same company will be excluded from securities in lieu of money for the following items from Sep. 2, 2013 (Mon.) inclusive.
- Customer margin for margin trading and when-issued transactions
- Trading margin for when-issued transactions
- Trading participant security money
- Participant bond
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