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Premier Asset Management gains LSE listing


Premier Asset Management has applied for admittance to the official list of the London Stock Exchange.


The company which is currently Alternative Investment Market listed, will be classified in the &#39Speciality & Other Finance&#39 sector of the LSE list under the sub-sector of &#39Asset Management&#39.


Dealing in the company shares is expected to commence on April 12, 1999.


Premier Asset Management was formed in 1984 and has £350m funds under management.

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