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

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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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