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What happens if a security I own gets delisted?

In some situations, you may hold a security that has been voluntarily or involuntarily delisted from an exchange and is no longer available to trade. 

Delisting a security could be the result of:

  • The underlying company ceasing operations/declaring bankruptcy 

  • A corporate action such as a takeover or merger

  • A company transitioning to private ownership

  • A company failing to meet listing requirements on an exchange 

If your position has been delisted, your sell orders may be rejected. In some cases, the security may have moved to the OTC Markets.

If you own delisted securities and would like to know your options for selling these shares, you can reach out to our customer support team here

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