St James's Place set to launch first mobile app

To 830,000 customers

Elliot Gulliver-Needham
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St James’s Place is set to launch its first mobile app, after trialling it with a few thousand customers since March.

The UK's largest wealth manager, which has been developing the app since last year, said that the new app would "put us up to date" in the smartphone era. The app will allow SJP clients to see personalised performance figures for their investments. It will launch to SJP's 830,000 clients in coming weeks, though it will remain optional to clients who would prefer paper documents. Other wealth managers have been ahead of the curve in launching apps, with Brewin Dolphin's app coming out in 2019 and Evelyn Partners now rolling out its app to its wider business that launched as part of ...

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