Exchange has been working from its disaster recovery sites since July
The London Metal Exchange has been given
the nod for operations to move back to its head-quarters in
London, seven weeks after a structural issue was found at the
site which forced the firm to relocate ring trading to its
disaster recovery site in Chelmsford, Essex.
"The LME has been informed by the building
manager of 10 Finsbury Square that the necessary works within
the building have been completed and consequently they have
today issued the LME with their sign-off and authorisation to
reoccupy the building," said the LME in a notice to members
seen by FOW.
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