Stock Ticker

  • Loading stock data...

Re-emergence of Noblis Health Corp. (NYSEAMERICAN:HLTH) Back to Dual Listing

Nobilis Health Corp. (NYSEAMERICAN:HLTH), to list shares on Canadian NEO exchange

Nobilis Health Corp is a comprehensive management and healthcare company with a recorded more than 30 units across Arizona and Texas.

Nobilis aims to begin listing on the Canadian exchange NEO. The company’s dual listing is aimed at enabling better access by the investors thereby being instrumental to the shareholders and also on the ability of the company to be able to raise capital for future projects.

In the year 2016, Noblis operations generated more than $285million in revenues, therefore as a result of NEO’s aggressive focus on quality and investors outreach program, it aims to expand the recognition of the company’s market worth.

This will grow along with helping the company grow its customer and shareholders stamp in the new markets as well as the company’s global shareholding base.

Noblis health employs an exclusion strategy for for patient acquisition driven by its entrepreneurial, customer focused market technology that directs at specific fixed procedures performed at its facilities

Noblis aims to connect its patients to the local physicians to deliver a unique experience and high quality health services despite maximizing on the physician practices.

The CEO of the NEO exchange in a quick rejoinder also applauded the move by Noblis to have itself double listed hence he said that this would only be beneficial based on how people approach the market

NEO exchange believes that protection of the shareholders and the generation of value must be used to lead the shareholders in decisions making.

The main reasons why Noblis was convinced to come back to NEO was by the fact that NEO has placed much focus on their liquidity, their marvelous investor communication services, the strong will to meet the needs of the investors and customers value and the streamlined models.

The company was previously operating a dual based listing however it withdrew from the Canadian exchange back then in 2016 citing increased administrative efforts and expenditures would not permit them to manage the dual listing

However, being able to be back on double listing shows that the company has got back strongly to its original roots and hence capable to keep the trade stronger

Published by Donna Fago

I believe in writing content Informing investors with the knowledge they need to invest better today- I have been following the markets for many years and was asked to join the team at recently due to my passion for the markets.

Recent Stories

SignUp Now For Our Featured Newsletter