PracticeAuditShares suspended in Mirada after audit delays

Shares suspended in Mirada after audit delays

Digital content company Mirada misses six-month deadline to file accounts after ‘unforseen delays’ with audit undertaken by BDO

Digital content service provider Mirada has suspended trading on AIM after
admitting it was unable to file its accounts in time to comply with the market’s
listing rules.

The company said that there had been “unforeseen delays” in the preparation
and audit of its final results for the year ended 31 March 2010, meaning it
missed the AIM deadline of filing accounts no later than six months after the
financial year end.

Steps are currently being taken with auditor BDO to rectify the situation,
said the company. A further announcement will be made in due course.

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