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Genmab Plans to Delist from Neuer Markt

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 7 - Copenhagen, Denmark-based Genmab will no longer trade on Germany's Neuer Markt of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange as of the close of the market on August 16, the company said today.


Genmab, developer of fully-human antibodies, will continue to be listed on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange.


More than 95 percent of the company's stock is traded on the Copenhagen Stock Exchange, and delisting from the Neuer Markt will eliminate costs associated with double listing, Genmab CEO Lisa Drakeman said in a statement.


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