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Colin Jelley leaves St James’s Place

St James’s Place divisional director of private clients Colin Jelley has left the company after 18 months in the role.

Jelley (pictured) joined SJP in May 2011 to broaden its service offering for high net worth clients. Prior to joining SJP Jelley worked at Skandia for 17 years in a range of technical and product marketing roles, including head of tax and financial planning.

He is also a member of the UK Technical Committee of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, which co-ordinates debate on technical and legislative issues affecting clients of the UK trusts and estates profession.

SJP managing director David Lamb says: “Colin joined SJP to develop various initiatives to enhance the client service proposition and we are grateful to him for the work he has undertaken.  With the project completed, it is a natural time for him to move on, and we wish him every success for the future.”


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There are 3 comments at the moment, we would love to hear your opinion too.

  1. Hope this isn’t a serious wobble for SJP.

  2. Colin provided SJP with a veneer of credibility which i thought was a very smart move on their part.

    Back to being just another bank sales force again…

  3. I seriously hope it is….. shocking model

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