United Drug says it's mulling Irish delisting

UPDATE: United Drug, whose shares make up 1.1 per cent of the Irish share market, has said it is considering moving its share listing from Dublin to London.

14th August, 2012

United Drug, the provider of services to healthcare manufacturers and pharmaceutical retailers, has said it is considering moving its share listing from Dublin to London.

In a statement it said it was considering delisting its shares in Ireland, where its shares account for 1.1 per cent of the ISEQ index.

"The Board believes that FTSE UK index inclusion would result in a further increase in UK and international investor awareness of United Drug," United Drug said...

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