Listing is always granted subject to the condition that where the Exchange considers it necessary for the protection of the investor or the maintenance of an orderly market, it may at any time direct a trading halt or suspend dealings in any securities or cancel the listing of any securities in such circumstances and subject to such conditions as it thinks fit, whether requested by the issuer or not. The Exchange may also do so where:—

(1) [Repealed 1 August 2018]
(2) the Exchange considers there are insufficient securities in the hands of the public (see rule 8.08(1)); or
(3) the Exchange considers that the issuer does not carry on a business as required under rule 13.24; or
(4) the Exchange considers that the issuer or its business is no longer suitable for listing.