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St James's Place

SJP. Managing your wealth should be simple. That’s why we’re making it personal.

Cirencester, Gloucestershire







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Mission & purpose

St. James's Place (SJP) is a wealth management company based in the UK. They provide financial advice and investment management services to individuals, families, and businesses. Their ultimate mission is to help their clients achieve their financial goals and secure their financial future through personalised and tailored financial planning. SJP's purpose is to build long-term relationships with their clients, understanding their unique circumstances, and offering comprehensive and trusted advice to create bespoke financial strategies. They work with a network of qualified financial advisors who guide clients through various financial decisions, including investments, retirement planning, tax optimisation, and estate planning. By emphasising personalised service and a commitment to delivering high-quality financial advice, St. James's Place aims to be a leading and trusted wealth management provider in the UK and beyond.


Discretionary Bonus Scheme

Different bonus schemes are in place dependent on role and grade, and may reflect personal and company performance. Any amounts payable are non-contractual and non-pensionable.

Private Medical Insurance

All employees can join the Private Medical Scheme. The scheme provides cover, with no excess for employees and their families, with previous medical history disregarded.

Pension scheme

We provide a non-contributory money purchase pension arrangement. 10% of salary is contributed on a monthly basis by the company, increasing to 12.5% after 5 years and 15% after 10 years’ service.

Salary and Bonus Sacrifice Arrangements

Employees can elect to sacrifice a proportion of gross salary or discretionary bonus in exchange for a contribution to their pension, which the company will enhance by 10%.

Company Car Scheme (subject to grade)

We provide a competitive company car scheme, or alternatively a non-pensionable cash allowance.