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APCIM warns threat to execution only not removed

Despite an EU vote to preserve execution only share trading this
week the Association of Private Client Investment Managers warns
the threat has not been removed.
APCIMS Chief Executive Angela Knight says: “It will still be six months
and several votes before these issues are resolved. The fat lady
hasn&#39t sung yet; this is just the overture to Act Two.”

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