SJP extends DFM proposition to Ireland with acquisition

Bought Dublin-based Harvest Financial Services

Anna Fedorova
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Graham Coxell, executive chairman of Rowan Dartington
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Graham Coxell, executive chairman of Rowan Dartington

St James's Place Wealth Management has acquired Dublin-based pensions and investment firm Harvest Financial Services in a bid to extend its discretionary fund management (DFM) service to a new client base.

St. James's Place (SJP) currently provides DFM services to UK and Hong Kong-based clients through its wholly-owned subsidiary Rowan Dartington, which became part of the group in 2016 and now has funds...

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