DIFC officially announces St. James's Place's first office in the Middle East

Mark Battersby
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St. James's Place has received approval from regulators at the Dubai Financial Services Authority (DFSA) as it looks to enter the Middle East market with the opening of a new office in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC). In a statement on 13 June, the DIFC said following formal approval and licencing from the DFSA, the Dubai office will form a part of SJP's Asia and Middle East business alongside existing offices in Hong Kong and Singapore and supports its 2025 strategic objectives. Currently, the FTSE 100 company has $192.22bn in funds under management and serves more th...

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