SJP to launch portfolios of segregated mandates

Under plans to unitise portfolio

Beth Brearley
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Heather Hopkins of NextWealth

St. James's Place (SJP) is looking to launch portfolios of segregated mandates, Investment Week understands.

The firm, which has £96bn in assets under management, does not employ in-house investment managers or use off-the-shelf retail funds, instead utilising its scale to access fund management strategies more...

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