SJP Wealth Management's Chris Ralph to leave firm after 11 years

Will stay on investment committee in non-exec capacity

David Brenchley
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Former St James’s Place Wealth Management CIO Chris Ralph will leave the firm at the end of the year.

In a post on Linkedin, Ralph said he would continue to serve in a non-executive capacity as a member of the company's investment committee going forward, but would end his 11-year stay with the wealth manager. Ralph, who was appointed as a non-executive director for the Baillie Gifford China Growth Trust in September, moved from the CIO role he had held for a decade to chief global strategist in January. He was replaced as CIO by deputy CIO Tom Beal. At the time, SJP said the new role would give Ralph the chance to "spend more time watching markets" and "communicating ideas with partn...

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