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Non-exec changes at St James’s Place

St Jamess Place Capital has announced a number of non-executive appointments and resignations.
Roger Walsom, who retired from city law firm Ashurst in April, becomes independent non-executive director. He is also non-executive director of The Pensions Regulator.
John Edwards has also joined as non-executive director. Edwards was appointed HBOS chief executive of insurance and investment division in July.
Phil Hodkinson and Grenville Turner have resigned as non-executive directors with Charles Bailey resigning at the end of September.
SJPC chairman Mike Wilson says: “We are delighted to welcome Roger and John to the board and wish to thank Phil, Grenville and Charles for their excellent contributions to the board over the years.”

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