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Frequently Asked Questions
  May a company that has been delisted become listed on Nasdaq again, and is there a waiting period?
Identification Number 452
Yes. A Company may re-list on Nasdaq after a delisting.  Nasdaq does not impose a waiting period to re-list a company's securities so long as the company meets all initial listing standards. The company can file a new listing application at any time after it is delisted, and can be re-listed, provided that it successfully completes the initial listing process and meets all the initial listing requirements for the respective market. Ordinarily, a company will be required to pay the initial listing fees to re-list. However, If a company was removed solely for failure to timely file its periodic reports and regains compliance with this requirement within one year of its delisting, then Nasdaq will waive initial listing fees.
Publication Date*: 7/31/2012 Mailto Link Identification Number: 452
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