Wednesday 23rd January 2002 1 Comment
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A: You can sell your shares through whomever you like. All you need to provide is your FIN and shareholder number (or new CSN & FIN). If you are not already a client then the broker you wish to use will require identification as well. Go where you can get the best deal - the less money you pay in brokerage means the greater the return on your investment.
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