AMD’s Taipei office (NYSE: AMD) said on Dec. 12 that the company will be transferring its stock exchange listing to the NASDAQ Stock Market from the New York Stock Exchange since Jan. 2, 2015.
The announcement was made late, while its Sunnyvale headquarters already made the announcement to the press on Dec. 9. AMD said that its shares will continue to be traded under the symbol AMD and this transfer is expected to be seamless for AMD investors and shareholders.
“We are excited to join other industry-leading technology companies listed with Nasdaq and believe this move will help AMD reach investors and shareholders more efficiently and effectively as we continue transforming the company for long-term growth,” said Devinder Kumar, senior vice president and chief financial officer for AMD.
AMD, an American semiconductor company, designs and integrates technology that powers millions of intelligent devices, including personal computers, tablets, game consoles and cloud servers that define surround computing.