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Sealegs director takes aim at NZX at testy annual meeting

Victoria Young
Fri, 27 Sep 2019

By Victoria Young Sept. 27 (BusinessDesk) - Future Mobility Solutions director Mark Broadley criticised the NZX in defence of his company’s move to an unregulated exchange.  The company, which owns amphibious boat maker Sealegs, asked shareholders to vote on its move to the Unlisted Securities Exchange at today’s annual meeting in Auckland. At the meeting it was also announced that former All Black Ali Williams has joined the board, to be voted on next year.  Shares of FMS were recently trading at 4.1 cents per share, having lost about...

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