Being AI chair says 'we've done nothing wrong' after trading caution

Being AI chair says 'we've done nothing wrong' after trading caution
Being AI chair Sean Joyce says his firm isn't spruiking its stock, it's focused on executing its business strategy. (Image: Screengrab)
Rebecca Stevenson
Being AI chair Sean Joyce says an investor caution issued about the newly listed firm is inherently unfair and the company has done nothing wrong. Being AI executed a reverse takeover of Ascension Capital and debuted on the New Zealand stock exchange on April 2. It's been a torrid debut, with trading failing for most of its first day, a price inquiry about its share price on April 4 and then the company became the first to ever receive a trade with caution notice on April 5. The trade with caution notice was introduced by independ...

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