SJP investment director Rob Gardner departs to found environmental venture

Replaced by Tom Beal

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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St. James's Place director of investments Robert Gardner has left the firm to “set up a new venture in the environmental sector”.

Gardner, who co-founded Redington in 2006, has been in the position since January 2019. He has been succeeded by Tom Beal, who also joins the executive board. Beal has worked at SJP for 14 years, having been appointed chief investment officer in January 2020. Before joining the firm, Beal previously worked for JP Morgan, Credit Suisse and Thomson Reuters. He also currently works as a lay advisor on the finance and investment committee of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. St James's Place set to launch first mobile app SJP said that while the role has been assumed imm...

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