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The Exchange ties up with Financial Express

IFA technology specialists The Exchange has announced plans to merge its unit trust and key features documents service with price information provider Financial Express.


The two services will be integrated next year. As part of the deal, The Exchange is buying a 25 per cent stake in Financial Express.


The Exchange says the purchase is a sign of its increasing commitment to the unit trust and wider-invested funds market.

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