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St James’s Place Wealth Management Announces Senior Appointment 

St James’s Place Wealth Management Asia has appointed Sir Alan Collins as Senior Advisor to the International Steering Committee. His experience in South East Asia as a former British diplomat will be invaluable as the business develops  as a leading provider of face-to-face financial advice.

“APPOINTED SIR ALAN COLLINS AS SENIOR ADVISOR TO THE INTERNATIONAL STEERING COMMITTEE.”

Sir Alan’s experience includes High Commissioner to Singapore, Ambassador to the Philippines, Director General of the British Trade and Cultural Office in Taiwan, Director General Trade and Investment USA and Consul General New York.

News Source: St James’s Place Wealth Management Press Release

About St James’s Place Wealth Management

The St. James’s Place Group was established in 1991 by Sir Mark Weinberg, Mike  Wilson CBE and Lord Rothschild under the name of the J. Rothschild Assurance Group and started trading in 1992. St. James’s Place Wealth Management Group specialises in delivering face-to-face wealth management advice to individuals, trustees and businesses. As well as addressing simple and straightforward issues such as mortgages and insurance, we can help to resolve more complex problems for clients, whether it be investment for growth, Inheritance Tax or retirement planning.

  • Origin: United Kingdom
  • Assets Under Management: £79.8billion

Official Website: https://www.sjp.co.uk

News & Media: Press Release

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Updated on 8th August 2016



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