BHP poised to delist from FTSE 100

96% of shareholders vote in favour

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
clock • 1 min read
The proposal won the approval of over 96% of shareholders yesterday
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The proposal won the approval of over 96% of shareholders yesterday

The world’s biggest mining group is set to leave the London Stock Exchange after Australian and British investors voted for plans to simplify the group’s corporate structure under a main listing in Sydney.

The proposal won the approval of over 96% of shareholders yesterday and BHP is now expected to be deleted from the FTSE 100 from 31 January. The move is one of many changes made by chief executive Mike...

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