Shares in AIM-listed Merchant House Group (MHG) have been temporarily suspended pending the outcome of a review into whether it has sufficient working capital.
The board of the stockbroker and investment adviser requested the suspension on Friday.
A statement from the group read: "The board of MHG announces that it has requested the temporary suspension of its shares from trading on AIM pending the outcome of a review of its financial condition with a view to determining whether or not it has sufficient working capital for its present requirements."
Earlier this year, Merchant Capital, the wholly-owned subsidiary of MHG, was caught up in FSA action against Pritchard Stockbrokers, which held client money on behalf of MHG's structured product customers.
Some £350m of client assets were frozen.
Reyker Securities has since been appointed as the new custodian and administrator of structured product plans previously administered by Pritchard Stockbrokers, which has been placed in Special Administration.
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