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St James's Place staff rebel over culled cruises St James's Place (SJP) advisers have threatened to stop selling investments for the rest of the year unless they are compensated for the loss of their annual cruise, according to The Sunday Times. An SJP adviser told the newspaper they were not willing to work on bringing in more money to the firm without being compensated for the cruise they felt they had earned. The article also alleges SJP is in the early stages of a pay policy review, but the firm has insisted it does not relate to costs and charges. SJP tells the Sunday Times: "...

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