Lupus Capital to change name to Tyman

AIM-listed Lupus Capital is changing its name to Tyman on February 1st, according to an announcement issued by the company on Friday morning.

AIM-listed Lupus Capital is changing its name to Tyman on February 1st, according to an announcement issued by the company on Friday morning.

The company felt that the name Lupus Capital did not clearly represent the operations of the group as it implied the group was a financial institution, rather than a building products manufacturing business.

It stated that this had caused confusion among potential investors, customers and suppliers.

With effect from February 4th 2013, the group's London Stock Exchange Tradable Instrument Display Mnemonic will change from LUP.L to TYMN.L.

Tyman shares will continue to be traded on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange and Lupus Capital stated that shareholdings would be unaffected by the name change.

It added that existing share certificates should be retained as they would remain valid for all purposes. After February 2013, new share certificates issued will bear the name Tyman PLC.

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