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SJP grows fund offering

St. James’s Place has added two new fund managers and three new investment funds in its growing fund proposition.

The new funds and managers have been chosen to broaden the range of investment styles available for St. James’s Place clients and will be available from October 1.


The new funds will be the diversified income fund, managed by George Luckraft of Axa Framlington, the Continental European unit trust, managed by Stuart Mitchell of S.W. Mitchell Capital and the UK growth fund, managed by John Innes of MPC Investors.

SJP divisional director, asset management Andrew Humphries says: “These new funds and new managers are a further enhancement to our investment offering and provide clients with exciting opportunities managed by high quality managers.”

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