- the trading price of United Capital’s common stock;
- the fact that United Capital’s common stock is very thinly traded;
- the limited number of holders of its common stock;
- the minimal liquidity for its common stock;
- the lack of an anticipated need to raise additional capital in the short term;
- the costs, both direct and indirect, associated with the preparation and filing of United Capital’s periodic reports with the SEC; and
- the potential impact of the deregistration and delisting on United Capital’s stockholders, creditors and other key constituencies.
United Capital Corp. Announces Intent To Voluntarily Delist And Deregister Its Common Stock And Tender Offer
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