South Florida Based Holding Company Approved for Public Trading

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Liberty International Holding Group (LIHG) announces FINRA approval for the public trading of its common stock.

The executives of Liberty International Holding Corp are proud to announce that FINRA, the government regulating body that oversees the requirements for companies wishing to become publicly traded, has approved Liberty International Holding Corp. The company expects the stock to be available and the symbol to become effective within one to two weeks.

“Going public has always been a main goal of the company,” said Christopher Anzalone, President and CEO. He added “We expected to execute a traditional public offering, however the opportunity we had with a forward acquisition was simply too advantageous to pass up, both for ourselves and our investors. In addition, it gives us the currency (either cash or stock) to engage in the acquisition of other companies that will help LIHG continue to diversify into strategic avenues of commerce. Our M&A board already has two companies identified for this purpose.”

“As far as we know, we are the only company engaged in advisory services and the trading of precious metals that is public at this time,” said Jeffrey M. Schuler, EVP/Director of Research. He went on to say, “This will also create a venue for capital that will help ensure the completion of our business plan, which includes not only the expansion of our precious metals subsidiary, but also the extension of Liberty International Real Estate.”

The company will trade over-the-counter.

For more information on Liberty International Holding Group and its operations visit For additional information on this release contact Christopher Anzalone at 1-954-202-9491


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