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  What is Nasdaq's compliance process for companies failing to meet the minimum market value of listed securities requirement?
Identification Number 361
Nasdaq-listed companies not qualifying for continued listing based on market value of listed securities ("MVLS") are notified of a deficiency after 30 consecutive trading days of non-compliance with the applicable standard and are afforded a 180 calendar day compliance period to regain compliance.
In order to achieve compliance with the MVLS requirement, a company must demonstrate compliance with the applicable standard for a minimum of 10 consecutive business days. Although an automated computer system tracks each company's bid price and MVLS on a daily basis, it is suggested that the company contact its Listing Qualifications Analyst via email at or by phone at +1 301 978 8008 when it believes compliance has been achieved. Nasdaq will provide all compliance determinations, in writing, to the company.
If the compliance period expires without compliance being achieved, the company will be issued a delisting notification. The company may appeal Nasdaq's determination to delist at that time. See Hearings FAQs for additional information.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 361
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