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The Stock Exchange steals my cash because I am relatively efficient

Tom Winnifrith Friday 22 December 2017

 

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Via our broker,the London Stock Exchange (LSE) warned me that unless FIML and also my pension fund had what is called an LEI number by January 3rd it would be unable to trade. I filled in complex forms on behalf of FIML and applied. I handed over £138 including VAT and today FIML got its number.

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