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The Board of CNE (AIM: CNEL), the AIM quoted engineering and technology solutions provider to the bioenergy sector, is pleased to provide the following update in respect of its application for listing on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited ("HKEx") ("Admission") and withdrawal from trading of its securities on AIM ("Cancellation").

How do we open a HKex Trading Account?

What costs are incurred ?

Any good advice will be welcome, Thank you in advance.


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Hi 5tintin.

Sorry I have just found your post.

I have had a similar experience. IG tried to force me to sell, I refused.  However they have now turned down the request to transfer the Asset to my new broker AJ Bell. ( AJ Bell have been superb throughout this process) IG do not trade on HKex, so I'm in limbo at the moment. IG have not been helpful at all, more obstructive. 

I have requested the Paper Share Certificates, which will be sent to IG Trading, to be transferred to myself or AJ Bell. I have also contacted Cairn Financial Advisors LLP  who are handling the CNEL share transfers, for further information and assistance.

From there i will be making a complaint to the Financial Conduct Authority.

My email is scorertony@yahoo.co.uk if you wish to discuss this situation further. 

Best Rgds. Bossman20

PS; I have also switched my reply notification on.. Haha

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