Bristol investment manager
Rowan Dartington provides personalised investment management to IFAs, private clients, companies, charities and trusts. It offers a range of portfolio management services, specialising in advisory and discretionary investment management.
Its head office is in Bristol, and has offices in London, Birmingham, Chichester, Hereford, Taunton, Exeter, Cheltenham, Weston-super-Mare, Leeds, Newcastle, Manchester, Ipswich, Liverpool and Edinburgh.
In 2015, St James's Place bought out Rowan Dartington for £34m, describing the company as an 'excellent platform' for further growth.
Joined in September 2014
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St James's Place (SJP) has agreed a deal to acquire discretionary investment manager and stockbroker Rowan Dartington Holdings in a deal worth up to £34m.
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