SJP merges UK funds as it looks to create 'building block' offering

Kathleen Gallagher
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St James's Place (SJP) is merging its UK Growth and UK Equity funds into the UK & General Progressive fund, and ousting Majedie Asset Management as it aims to create new 'building block' funds.   As part of these changes, Baillie Gifford and LA Capital Management will be appointed to the fund, renamed the UK fund, along with Schroders, who currently manages the Managed Growth fund, BlackRock, Columbia Threadneedle and RWC. All changes take place from 14 July. James de Uphaugh, chairman and chief investment officer of Majedie Asset Management, is currently the lead manager of the £1...

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