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TechFinancials plunges after pulling plug on sale of subsidiaries

The £9mln-valued company was in line to receive US$400,000 from the sales

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TechFinancials will continue to focus its attention on developing its forex and CFD trading platform solutions

Lack of progress on regulatory consents has put the kibosh on TechFinancials Inc’s (LON:TECH) proposed sale of what it considers non-core businesses.

The shares plunged 13.9% to 15.5p after the technology provider to financial trading brokers pulled the plug on the sale of its shareholdings in B O TradeFinancials (BOT) and MarketFinancials (MF) to S Win Holdings.

READ: TechFinancials sells two subsidiaries for US$400,000

The Israeli technology firm is currently considering its options in respect of its shareholdings in BOT and MF.

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Market Cap: £771.13 k
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