The Arch cru cells suspended last week from the Channel Islands Stock Exchange (CISX) have resumed trading.
A notice from the CISX says the listing for 14 Arch cru cells resumed from 7am this morning following the receipt of further information.
Eleven Arch cru fund cells were suspended last week from the exchange after auditors said they could not find enough evidence of yearly cash flows.
In a notice, the CISX said the cells had been suspended "on the basis that the Audited Accounts have a Disclaimer of Opinion on the results of operations".
Auditors Ernst & Young (E&Y) state in the company accounts for Arch, renamed SPL funds, they were unable to obtain sufficient audit evidence for the comparative figures for the year ended 31 March 2009.
"Because of the significance of the above matter in relation to the results of the company's operations for the year to 31 March 2010, we are not in a position, and do not, express an opinion on the results of its operations or its cash flows for the year then ended," they state.
Last week's suspension had raised fears about a delay in the anticipated return of around £18m to investors as the Arch cru funds are the main shareholder in the Channel Island cells.
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