UK-based wealth manager
St. James's Place plc (branded as St. James's Place Wealth Management) is a UK-based wealth management business. It is headquartered in Cirencester and has 20 regional offices throughout the UK and offices in China and Hong Kong. It was listed on the London Stock Exchange in 1997 and is a constituent of the FTSE 100. St. James's Place specialises in the provision of face-to-face wealth management services to individuals, families, trustees and businesses, including investment planning, retirement planning, intergenerational wealth advice, estate protection, and other personalised financial services. It was founded by Mike Wilson CBE, Sir Mark Weinberg and Lord Rothschild in 1991 as J Rothschild Assurance Group, and later changed to St. James's Place plc.
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Trust also welcomes new chair
Last month, the partners of St James's Place (SJP) raised over a million pounds in a single night for its charitable foundation.
Will be replaced by Andrew Croft
2016 PAM directory data
AUM up 60% over two years
As firm reports 'record' inflows for Q2
Follows recent hiring spree
Has worked with Technical Connection since 1991
Exclusive to current clients
Follows acquisition by St. James's Place
FSCS levy increased by £14.2m
Top six advice firms see complaints drop
Boosted by purchase of Rowan Dartington
Tough period for financial firms
Extended membership for six months
To launch on 2 November
Pensions changes boosted flows
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.
Coutts & Co has hired former St James's Place chief executive Mark Lund as a non-executive director.
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Assets under management at wealth manager St. James's Place (SJP) have passed the £55bn mark as pensions and ISA flows offset a drop in other investment business.
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