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St. James's Place Says Morrissey To Step Down As Director
St. James's Place Q4 Gross Inflows Totalled £4.02 Bln
St. James's Place Appoints Paul Manduca To Succeed Iain Cornish As Chair
St. James's Place plc is a United Kingdom-based financial services company that provides wealth management services to business and individuals across the United Kingdom. The Company offers personalized advice that covers financial, investment and tax planning, designed specifically for their lifestyle goals and stage of life. The Company’s segment includes wealth management business. The wealth management business is a vertically integrated business providing support to its clients through the provision of financial advice and assistance through its partner network, and financial solutions including (but not limited to) wealth management products manufactured in the Group, such as insurance bonds, pensions, unit trust and Investment Savings Accounts (ISAs) investments, and a Discretionary Fund Manager (DFM) service.
St. James's Place House, 1 Tetbury Road
Andrew Martin Croft
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Craig Gordon Gentle
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
Ian Stewart Gascoigne
Managing Director, Executive Director
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Wealth manager St. James's Place said gross inflows for the five months to May would be around 23% higher year on year, with its clients more confident now than in early 2020 when fears over the pandemic's economic impact hampered sentiment.
Britain's St. James's Place said on Thursday that its funds under management and inflows surged in the March quarter as clients sought to commit savings to longer-term investments, and that demand for investment advice was stronger than ever.
St. James's Place expects funds under management to surge more than 50% to top 200 billion pounds ($283 billion) by the end of 2025 as low savings rates and an ageing population boost demand for the British wealth manager's services.
St. James's Place posted a 75% surge in annual profit on Thursday, helped by markets' recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic fallout, and aims for a target of more than 200 billion pounds ($283.08 billion) in funds under management by the end of 2025.
St. James's Place on Thursday became the latest British wealth manager to report record funds under management for the fourth quarter, as a recovery in markets holds steady thanks to government stimulus and positive news on COVID-19 vaccines.
* SJP shares flat on Monday in line with market (Adds St James's Place comment)
Asset manager St James's Place reported a 1% rise in year-on-year net inflows to 810 million pounds in April as clients resisted panic and continued to invest in the face of the coronavirus and its likely impact on their wealth.
Asset manager St James's Place reported a modest 1% rise in year-on-year net inflows of 810 million pounds in April as clients stood firm in the face of the impact of the coronavirus on their investments.
British asset manager St James's Place <SJP.L> will cut around one third of its proposed final 2019 dividend as its first-quarter assets under management fell 2% to 101.7 billion pounds ($126.78 billion), it said on Thursday.
British asset manager St James's Place will cut around one third of its proposed final 2019 dividend as its first-quarter assets under management fell 2% to 101.7 billion pounds ($126.78 billion), it said on Thursday.
* Has seen a return to 'good growth' in 2020 - CEO (Adds detail from statement, analyst consensus, bullet points)
British wealth manager St. James's Place on Thursday posted a 5% fall in full-year operating profit after gross inflows of client cash dipped amid political uncertainty and costs linked to a technology upgrade increased.
British wealth manager St. James's Place on Thursday posted a 3.7% increase in fourth-quarter assets under management on the back of net inflows of client cash and market gains.
British wealth manager St. James's Place on Thursday named Helena Morrissey, former head of personal investing business at Legal & General Group, as a non-executive director with effect from Jan. 1.
* Shares up 0.9% (Recasts, adds detail from statement, background, CEO quote, share reaction, analyst reaction)
British wealth manager St. James's Place on Tuesday posted a 3.2% increase in funds under management to a record high in the third quarter, driven by net inflows of client cash into its pension products.
London's FTSE 100 edged lower on Wednesday, as a results-driven slide in shares of wealth manager St. James's Place and mortgage lender Lloyds overshadowed upbeat forecast from clothing retailer Next.
British wealth manager St. James's Place said on Wednesday that weaker client sentiment weighed on inflows of new money in the first half of the year while costs rose, leading it to miss forecasts for operating profit.
British wealth manager St. James's Place said on Wednesday it had terminated its investment mandate with Woodford Investment Management (WIM).
* Net inflows of 2.2 bln stg driven by pensions (Adds detail from statement, share reaction, bullet points)
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