Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) Increases Investor Liquidity Options with DTC Eligibility

PLUS recently announced DTC Eligibility for the U.S. Market Company’s recent IPO raised C$20 million Company plans to use proceeds to expand its operations in California

Plus Products Inc. (CSE: PLUS) (OTCQB: PLPRF) has just made it easier for investors to trade its securities. The company recently announced that its shares are now Depository Trust Company (DTC) eligible (http://nnw.fm/gJu6q). DTC eligibility will allow Plus Products shares to be deposited into a DTC account, from which they can be transferred between brokers and transfer agents. Having an intermediary like DTC handling transfers ensures a high level of integrity and accuracy, since DTC acts as both custodian and clearing house. In addition, eligibility provides access to other DTC services, such as its FAST system and DWAC transactions. By making trading and transfers easier, DTC eligibility increases market liquidity, fulfilling an essential function of securities markets: access to and exit from investments. DTC, with over $35 trillion worth of securities on deposit, is the largest securities depository in the world.

This will likely be reassuring news for the many investors who took part in Plus Products’ recent public share offering. Late last year, the company successfully completed an initial public offering (IPO) of 6,153,847 subordinate voting shares at a price of…

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