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Millfield approves £16m share issue

The board of Millfield Group has approved proposals announced last month for a £16m share issue and joint venture with AM Corporation of Australia.

Revenue raised in the share issue will fund the group&#39s IFA acquisition programme and the development with the Australian financial services provider of Lifetime Software Management, a portfolio management software tool.

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