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CRH transition to US primary listing approved

Albert Manifold, chief executive of CRH
Albert Manifold, chief executive of CRH

Company set to transition to Primary listing on New York Stock Exchange and de-list from Euronext Dublin 

CRH plc say shareholders overwhelmingly approved the unanimous recommendation of the board and management team to transition to a US primary listing on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) at an Extraordinary General Meeting held earlier today (8 June).

The Group will retain a standard listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and will de-list from Euronext Dublin. The changes are expected to take effect on or around 25 September 2023.


CRH believe a US primary listing will bring increased commercial, operational and acquisition opportunities for their business, further accelerating the company’s successful integrated solutions strategy and delivering even higher levels of profitability, returns and cash for shareholders.

North America represents approximately 75% of Group EBITDA and the US is expected to be a key driver of future growth for CRH due to continued economic expansion, a growing population, and significant construction needs.

As the leading building materials solutions business in North America, CRH say they are uniquely positioned to capitalize on the strong growth opportunities in the US construction market, underpinned by long-term structural tailwinds from federal, state and municipal funding support.

Albert Manifold (pictured), chief executive of CRH, commented: ‘We are pleased to see such strong shareholder support for the listing transition as it marks an important milestone in our development and will enable CRH to fully participate in the significant growth opportunities that lie ahead.’


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