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SJP launches level 7 masters in wealth management

SJP launches level 7 masters in wealth management

St James’s Place has joined forces with the Loughborough School of Business and Economics to launch a level 7 Masters degree in wealth management.

Through the firm's Learning and Development Academy, the MSc in Wealth Management will be available exclusively for St James’s Place employees and partners, equating to level 7 - three levels above the RDR minimum professional standard.

Loughborough has worked with members of the St James’s Place management and technical teams to create a series of modules and has been designed so it can be applied to their roles.

St James’s Place chief David Bellamy (pictured) said: 'St James’s Place naturally aspires to high standards of technical capability and fair dealing, ensuring that our partners provide clients the best possible advice and service. Entering an exclusive partnership with such a prestigious institution as Loughborough School of Business and Economics will give our community further opportunities to be champions of high quality advice and expertise.'

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