National Accident Helpline begins share trading on London Stock Exchange
29 May 2014 / Company Announcements
To mark the first day of its shares being traded on the AIM market, NAHL Group plc, the parent company of National Accident Helpline Ltd, took part in London Stock Exchange’s (LSE)’s Market Open Ceremony’ today. The launch comes as a result of months of hard work by the team at National Accident Helpline.
NAHL Group’s CEO, Russell Atkinson, CFO Steve Dolton and National Accident Helpline’s Underdog all travelled to LSE’s headquarters at Paternoster Square in the City of London to take part in this prestigious event, which included the issuing of a commemorative glass tablet.
While ‘ringing the bell’ no longer marks the start of each day’s trading due to changes in the way the LSE works, the countdown and launch event still gave a real sense of drama and occasion.
The Initial Public Offering (IPO) will facilitate National Accident Helpline’s continuing growth, build on its status as the most trusted brand in the UK personal injury litigation market and enhance the company’s position as a market leader. Additional financial information can be found on the NAHL Group PLC Website.