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Trafalgar House has replaced one of its stockbrokers because of a conflict of interest arising from its dispute with oil company Midland and Scottish Resources (MSR).Barclays de Zoete Wedd Securities is a financial adviser to MSR, which acted as client for the ill-fated Davy Emerald oil field contract. Trafalgar House believed there was a potential conflict of interest and last week chose UBS Phillips and Drew to replace BZW.The stockbroker is understood to have advised Trafalgar House ...

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