SJP appoints Redington co-founder Gardner as director of investment management as Lamb retires

Strong H1 results

 St James's Place CEO Andrew Croft

St James's Place CEO Andrew Croft

St James's Place (SJP) has announced directorate changes alongside its H1 results this morning, showing net inflows jumped by 21% to £5.2bn over the period while funds under management now stand at £96.6bn.

The group said Robert Gardner will join the executive board of SJP as director of investment management on 7 January 2019 (subject to regulatory approval). He joins from investment consultancy Redington, which he co-founded and provides St. James's Place with a range of investment consultancy services, and will continue there in his non-executive role. Gardner began his career in financial services at Deutsche Bank before joining Merrill Lynch in 2003, working as a director in its Insurance and Pensions Solutions Group. In 2006, he co-founded Redington with Dawid Konotey-Ahulu. ...

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