St. James's Place

Financial Services

More than 500 employees

Together, we’ll help you secure your financial wellbeing, and create a positive impact for people and the planet.

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St. James's Place

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Our Company's Commitment and Culture

Our culture is the glue that binds us together - It’s one of our biggest assets and one of the biggest reasons for our success. It’s underpinned by core values of doing the right thing, being the best version of ourselves and investing in long term relationships.


At SJP, we believe in the value of difference and know that cultivating vibrant and diverse teams can help us connect with clients, solve problems, and innovate. Contributing to our inclusive culture is vital, ensuring a space for everyone to be their authentic self, no compromises.


We‘ve established a number of different networks to support the creation of a collaborative workplace that serves everyone. These include our Professional Women's, SJPride, DisABILITY, Embrace and Working Family Networks.


SJP are also delighted to have signed The Armed Forces Covenant, and are active members of the Business Disability Forum, LGBT Great, Diversity Project and 30% Club.


We’re also proud to have been awarded Disability Confident Leader Status.

Accessibility Features

We are committed to supporting our employees with disabilities or long term conditions by taking steps to remove barriers that disabled employees may face at work. Some examples of support we can offer include:

  • Offering appropriate adjustments during recruitment and selection processes - such as allowing extra time for reading or written assessment
  • Ensuring our office spaces are accessible to all employees with a physical disability or impairment
  • Flexibility in working practices – such as the provision of additional breaks, adjusted working hours, remote/hybrid working
  • Acquiring new, or adapting existing, equipment or technology – such as screen readers or ergonomic workstations
  • Time off to attend medical assessments, treatment, or rehabilitation

Accreditations and commitment to inclusion


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