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St. James's Place Wealth Management Asia adds duo to partnership
11/01/2018 , News Team

St. James’s Place Wealth Management Asia (SJP Asia) has added Miles Gooseman and Martin Rimmer to the St. James’s Place Partnership, subject to regulatory approval.

Messrs Gooseman and Rimmer have over 30 years of combined experience in international financial planning and wealth management. In joining the St. James’s Place Partnership, they will focus on providing wealth management services to affluent and high net worth expatriates and Singaporeans.

At St James’s Place Singapore, Mr Gooseman will be principal of a new “advisory team”, while Mr Rimmer will be head of tax. The new entity is being called Select Investors, and is being set up to provide holistic tax, wealth and succession advice to British, Australian and Singaporean clients.

Both join from tax and financial planning firm Fry Group, where Mr Gooseman had been a senior financial consultant, having joined in April 2011, while Mr Rimmer had been head of tax. He first joined Fry in 1999.

Mike Gravestock, international partnership director of St. James’s Place commented: “For many years, the success of our business has been built on providing expert face-to-face advice and selecting the best financial advisers and businesses to join the St. James’s Place Partnership. We have been aware of the excellent reputation that Miles and Martin have within the international community for some time and are delighted that they have accepted the invitation to join St. James’s Place. We are looking forward to collaborating with them to further grow their client value proposition”

St. James’s Place Wealth Management is a UK wealth management organisation with over £85.7 billion client funds under management.

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