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Home / Videos / How does delisting of shares affect the shareholders? | Mint Primer

How does delisting of shares affect the shareholders? | Mint Primer

You may have frequently encountered or heard about companies delisting their shares. Delisting from the NSE is just as real as listing on the NSE. When businesses no longer want to make their shares available for trade, they may choose to undergo this process. Delisting is removing a company's listed shares from a stock market where they are regularly traded. It prohibits the trading of the delisted company's securities on the stock market. It may be carried out either voluntarily by the firm or forcibly by SEBI in response to any wrongdoing on the part of the company. Let's have a look at what happens to your stock if the firm you own it in, decides to delist its shares, either willingly or because the market regulator forces them to do so.