Didi delisted from the New York Stock Exchange on Monday after months of speculation, though it will continue to trade its shares under the ticker symbol “DIDIY” on the over-the-counter (OTC) Wall Street securities market, according to a memo posted on the Options Clearing Corp (OCC) website on Friday. China’s largest ride-hailing platform formally began the delisting process by filing paperwork with the US regulators on June 2, 10 days after a majority of public shareholders voted to approve the move via a special resolution. The company earlier told investors that it would not be able to complete a cybersecurity review by the Chinese government before leaving the US stock market. [OCC statement]