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Focus links with SJP

Focus has signed a contract with St James’s Place, provider of wealth management services.

The contract is expected to be worth over £360.000, the majority of which will be recognised this financial year and is made up of a combination of licence and
professional services revenue.

Focus chief executive Richard Stevenson says: “This new contract is of particular significance to Focus as it extends our reach into the intermediary wealth management sector. This opportunity is one that we are best positioned to capitalise on due to our market leading technology and our proven track record of delivery.”

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