IDE Group Holdings is part of a group of London’s AIM market listings that had their shares suspended on Monday following the failure to publish 2018 results on time. Under AIM rules, companies have until the end of June to release their financials for 2018.
IDE did publish results last week, but they were unable to provide fully audited figures. The company has said it is working to get audited figures out shortly.
IDE was formed back in 2016 when Castle Street Investments bought C4L and Selection Services for around £20m.
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