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Scotia Investments Jamaica delists from Trinidad and Tobago exchange

Scotia Investments Jamaica Ltd. will be delisted from the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange on Feb. 21, the company said in a filing.

The delisting follows Jamaica's top court approving the company's plan to go private, a process that resulted in the cancellation of all of its outstanding and publicly traded shares, except those held by Scotia Group Jamaica Ltd.

Shareholders of Scotia Investments voted to approve the move in August 2017.