Delisting of 3 years scheme of National Saving Bonds
National Saving Bonds of 3 years scheme of total issue size of Rs. 3,451 million was subscribed on January 12 to 26, 2010 and was listed on LSE on March 02, 2010. The tenure of Bonds was of 3 years. As reported by the authorities, the bonds have been fully redeemed and duly certified by the Zonal Inspection and Accounts Office of National Savings Islamabad.
In view of the above, the Lahore Stock Exchange has decided to delist National Saving Bonds of 3 years scheme (NSB3Y1) w. e. f. March 20, 2013. Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Lahore Stock Exchange Mr. Aftab Ahmed Chaudhry congratulated the stakeholders of the National Savings Pakistan on reaching the successful maturity of the bonds.
MD also highlighted the steps taken by the LSE contributing to build a mechanism that has produced more transparency in the trading of the shares as well as to secure the investment of the investors. Lahore Stock Exchange is a fully electronic and completely automated stock exchange of Pakistan that is the only domestic exchange to have more than one trading floors in the region.