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27 May 2010
27/05/2010 The London Stock Exchange congratulates RSM Tenon on its transfer from AIM to the Main Market

RSM Tenon is pleased to announce that the listing of its entire issued ordinary share capital on the premium segment of the Official List of the UK Listing Authority and admission to trading on the London Stock Exchange's main market for listed securities ("Admission") became effective at 8.00 a.m. today. Trading in the Company's ordinary shares on AIM was cancelled simultaneously with Admission. On Admission, there were 322,106,415 ordinary shares in issue.

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RSM Tenon expects to be eligible for inclusion in the FTSE Indices at the September 2010 review.

Andy Raynor, Chief Executive, commented

"This is a significant step for RSM Tenon as we continue to grow and we're very pleased to move to become a full listed business. Our clients are continuing to benefit from the range of services we are able to provide with expert knowledge in a wide range of areas".

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