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Frequently Asked Questions
  If a company has received a delisting notice for a compliance concern other than the minimum $1.00 bid price requirement, can it still submit a transfer application?
Identification Number 473
Yes. If a company has received a delisting notice for failure to meet the continued listing criteria for the Global Market and Global Select Market, and would like to transfer to the Capital Market, the company should request a Hearing and submit a transfer application. Nasdaq Staff will review the application for compliance with the Capital Market's continued listing standards, and if the application is approved prior to the Hearing, the Hearing will become moot and will be canceled.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 473
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