In short, yes. Hopefully the likelihood of this happening is rare and it would only ever be done to protect the interests of our investors against suspicious activity occurring on the Exchange. This requirement came about as part of the MiFID II regulation, and is subject to controls similar to the London Stock Exchange. We monitor the activity on our Exchange and if needed we will suspend trading whilst we investigate an issue. In the event that this happens no new bid or sell orders can be placed, but the status of your existing shares will remain unchanged.
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