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Smurfit Kappa moves main stock exchange listing to London

Move follows string of Irish companies seeking to woo investors

24th March, 2016
Smurfit Kappa moves listing to London Stock Exchange. Pic: Getty

Smurfit Kappa Group will move its main stock exchange listing to London, following a path taken by a string of Ireland’s biggest companies seeking to woo investors.

The packaging company will move to a premium listing in London, while transferring to a secondary listing in Dublin.

The company has had its main listing in Dublin since 2007, when it sold shares to the public.

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