Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers

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Association of Private Client Investment Managers and Stockbrokers

A lobbying organization for investment managers and brokerages in the United Kingdom. It presses for regulation favorable to its members, provides information on the British business climate, and communicates with members on regulatory and other changes. It was established in 1990.
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According to APCIMS chief executive Angela Knight, this buoyancy "bears out the optimism of the standard-bearers of e-commerce.
The decision by APCIMS to introduce hedge funds into its indices recognises the benefits ( the prospect of more consistent annual returns, lower volatility and low correlation to other asset classes ( that could be achieved from investing in this alternative asset class as part of a balanced and diversified portfolio.
OFEX is a corporate sponsor of Proshare, an associate member of APCIMS, and has spoken at events held by the Guild of Shareholders, the Institute of Directors, the Business Link and Business Angel networks, various national and international business schools.
APCIMS chief executive Angela Knight said: "Volumes are well down from their boom time peaks, with August being the lowest month.
Britain's private client brokerage association, APCIMS, said the LSE had made the 'right decision' by dropping its iX merger plan.
This reinforces the need for a delay in the vote so that the shareholders can decide the best way forward for the London Stock Exchange,' said APCIMS chief executive Ms Angela Knight, who urged the LSE to make public details of the Euronext offer.
Guest speaker will be Angela Knight, chief executive, APCIMS.
APCIMS represents 90 per cent of private client stockbrokers and the majority of private client investment managers in the UK and Ireland.
APCIMS chief executive Ms Angela Knight said: "This is good news for shareholders.
APCIMS chief executive Ms Angela Knight said: "It has been said that investment today is a minefield.