NZX Delisting and Commencement of Solo Listing on ASX

Thu, Oct 26 2023 11:37 am

TASK Group Holdings Limited – Sole listing on ASX commences Monday, 30 October 2023

As announced on 26 September 2023, TASK Group Holdings Limited (ASX and NZX: TSK) (TASK) will complete its delisting from the NZX Main Board (NZX) from the close of business today, 26 October 2023. The consolidation to a sole listing on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) will commence on Monday, 30 October 2023.

TASK shareholders who held shares through the NZX will be automatically transferred to the ASX, and new Shareholder Reference Numbers will be mailed to those shareholders by Friday, 3 November 2023. No further action is required from shareholders.


Approved for release by the Company Secretary of TASK Group Holdings Limited.

For more information, visit or contact:

For investors
Daniel Houden
[email protected]

Bill Crichton
[email protected]

For media:
Jon Snowball | Roger Newby
+61 477 946 068 | +61 401 278 906

About TASK Group
TASK Group is a leading provider of technology solutions enabling its global hospitality clients to maximise their customer relationships in an increasingly digital world.

TASK’s end-to-end cloud-based platform helps clients to improve customer experiences across every transactional touchpoint, including digital customer-facing services, back-of-house and enterprise operations. The Group’s ecosystem combines transaction services, personalisation, offer management and BI technology to help clients generate operational efficiencies, drive valuable data insights about their consumer base, activate new promotions and build brand loyalty.

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