Shares are traded under ticker symbol VYGR.V, as a company blog post outlines.
The listing comes following the completion of a so-called reverse takeover — also known as a reverse initial public offering or backdoor listing.
Generally, a reverse takeover occurs when a privately held company merges with a publicly traded company — thereby bypassing at least some of the bureaucratic scrutiny involved in the process of going public, including regulatory issues and due diligence. Upon completion of the deal, the buyer gains automatic inclusion on the relevant stock exchange.
As the firm’s blog post notes, now that Voyager has gone public, it will be legally bound to disclose quarterly and annual reports. The company will also be required to report any mergers, acquisitions, insider trading, securities transactions by firm employees and ownership changes.