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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
St. James's Place Plc LSE:STJ London Ordinary Share GB0007669376 ORD 15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  2.50 0.17% 1,450.50 1,450.50 1,452.00 1,457.00 1,448.00 1,450.50 1,001,648 16:29:58
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Life Insurance 0.0 426.4 49.1 29.5 7,808

St. James's Place Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
08/12/2006
17:17
.. and my purchase is already starting to look fortuitous.
hectorp
05/12/2006
10:21
Worth investing here very likely. Great growth prospects on top of current good trading. Quality of company, UK sterling earner, nice mid cap company, decent management, trustworthy if a little staid, a good 'balance' in a growth portfolio ( when the rest are more risky). Not for shortermer fly by night traders .. which is good. - made a ist purchase, sit back and see how it looks in 6-9 months.
hectorp
16/11/2006
11:53
It did not retrace much from my first order but managed to get another small stake at almost 422. I want some more but I ain't being the sucker to pay what could be the high price of the day, this time it's someone else turn ;-)
prankster2
13/11/2006
16:04
I like these so I bought some at 419.75, not too many mind as I don't like to pay what could be the top price for the day, any retracements and I'll pile in with a bigger stake.
prankster2
04/11/2006
18:59
Merrill are bullish on this company: Analysts at Merrill Lynch said in a note to investors that the results were "another stellar performance," adding that the company "continues to see strong demand for its pensions offering." It added that the higher sales figures should lead it to raising earnings estimates for 2006-2008 by 2 pct.
johnsoho
04/11/2006
18:57
I really like the Chief Execs comments at the bottom of this extract!!!! NEW BUSINESS FOR THE NINE MONTHS UP 58% AND FOR THE QUARTER UP 63% Nine months to Change 30 September 2006 * Long Term Savings New Business* Investment #135.3 million +55% Pensions #94.0 million +85% Protection #16.7 million -6% Total #246.0 million +58% * see note 1 * Wealth Management Services Gross fees generated #24.8 million +29% * Funds under Management at #14.3 billion, up 16% since the start of the year and up 25% over the previous twelve months Mark Lund, Chief Executive, commented: "We are delighted with the continued growth in our new business figures, which are up 58% year to date and 63% in the third quarter. "The 117% increase in our pensions business during the third quarter is particularly pleasing. "We continue to see a growing demand for high quality pensions and investment advice. Our successful wealth management proposition combined with our distinctive approach to investment means that, through the St. James's Place Partnership, we are very well placed to help clients take advantage of market opportunities."
johnsoho
03/11/2006
21:20
Anyone watching these?
johnsoho
14/3/2006
12:37
RNS Number:7712Z St. James's Place Capital PLC 14 March 2006 NOTICE OF RESULTS 14 March 2006 CHANGE OF ANNOUNCEMENT DATE FOR 1st QUARTER NEW BUSINESS FIGURES St. James's Place Capital plc ("SJPC"), the wealth management group, announces a change in the date on which it will release its new business figures for the three months to 31 March 2006. SJPC will now announce its first quarter new business figures on 4 May 2006, rather than on 10 May 2006 as previously published. Enquiries: Andrew Croft Tel: 01285 878079
jessica5
03/3/2006
16:33
Director/PDMR Shareholding RNS Number:2985Z St. James's Place Capital PLC 03 March 2006 St. James's Place Capital plc ("SJPC") SJPC was notified on 2 March 2006 of the following changes in interests in ordinary shares of 15p in SJPC held by the executive Directors and Persons Discharging Managerial Responsibilities ("PDMRs") named below. On 2 March 2006, the executive Directors and PDMRs named below were granted nil cost options under the terms of the SJPC 2005 Performance Share Plan, which was approved by shareholders at the Annual General Meeting held on 12 May 2005, as follows: Name of Director Maximum number of SJPC shares subject to award David Bellamy 131,661 Andrew Croft 121,316 Ian Gascoigne 131,661 Mark Lund 199,843 Mike Wilson 235,109 Name of PDMR Maximum number of SJPC shares subject to award Adrian Batchelor 37,617 Robin Chatterton 35,266 Hugh Gladman 35,266 Mike Gravestock 34,090 Sonia Harris 30,564 David Lamb 42,319 Bill Tonks 37,617 Stephen Williams 32,915 The awards entitle participants to acquire up to a maximum amount of SJPC shares. The actual amount of SJPC shares which may be acquired on vesting of an award is dependent upon the achievement of prescribed performance targets over a three year performance period which commenced on 1 January 2006 and ends on 31 December 2008. Two thirds of an award will be dependent on growth in adjusted earnings per share and one third on total shareholder return. Further details of the performance conditions are set out in the SJPC Report & Accounts. With the exception of the changes notified in this announcement, the Directors' interests in ordinary shares of the Company are unchanged. This notification is made in accordance with section 324 (as extended by section 328) of the Companies Act 1985 and Disclosure Rule 3.1.4R(1)(a). This information is provided by RNS The company news service from the London Stock Exchange END RDSSSWFMDSMSEED
jessica5
28/2/2006
08:18
ST Jamess Place Cap St James's Place FY group pretax profit 213.4 mln stg vs 130.9 mln under EEV LONDON (AFX) - Wealth management group, St James's Place Capital PLC said its total group pretax profit rose by 63 pct under the European Embedded Value accounting standard, while new business profits rose by 47 pct. In a statement, the company said under EEV, total group pretax profit came in at 213.4 mln stg from 130.9 mln the year before while operating profit rose to 114.5 mln stg from 75.8 mln. New business profits stood at 67.2 mln stg for the year, against 45.8 mln previously. Net asset value per share was 185.2 pence, up from 151.0 pence. Under IFRS, pretax profit was at 127.1 mln stg, up from 56.8 mln while net asset per share came in at 61.4 pence, up from 50.6 pence the year before. New business for the year was up 25 pct while funds under management were up 29 pct to 12.3 bln stg. The company is proposing a final dividend of 1.85 pence, taking total dividend for the year to 3.15 pence, a 10.5 pct rise from the 2.85 pence paid out the previous year. Chairman Mike Wilson said:"The board is confident that our business model gives us competitive advantage and that St James's Place is well positioned to capitalise on opportunities going forward." newsdesk@afxnews.com ra
jessica5
20/1/2006
02:56
Wonder how the news of good pension sales will affect the shareprice over the coming weeks. was looking for a target price of 3 pounds but suppose I'll have to add 30% to that and wait 6 months...
smallchange
18/12/2005
18:19
chart trending up,£2.90 level next ,when it breaks the £2.72 area.
black monday87
16/12/2005
10:01
charts trending up.
black monday87
16/12/2005
10:01
charts trending up.
black monday87
16/12/2005
10:00
charts trending up.
black monday87
16/12/2005
09:41
The trend is up.short term up top £2.90.long term target £4.50.this must be bought.
black monday87
17/11/2005
15:12
well with HBOS holding 60 % of the stock its time for a re-valuation of the share price How much do they want or do they want all of St James portfolio and business. Its all interesting for the share price
smallchange
28/10/2005
15:19
this hasnt been pulled to the top in a long time, I have invested as I believe the current shareprice doesnt reflect the value held by STJ and the growth they are having. Reading through the last RNS's over STJ it seems the market wants to play a slow game with the share price and shake out all weak holders... any thoughts,opinions or insider info would be appreciated..
smallchange
22/1/2004
08:01
no knowledge of results but they look good this morn!
kalo
21/1/2004
21:08
kalo what r u hoping to hear in march do we hold till then what r the results goinf to show on 22 jan do u have any knowledge
windsor
21/1/2004
10:44
IPRIggs...I worked there 3 months ago!
kalo
21/1/2004
09:22
Kalo/Ibrox, The interest is nothing to do with HBOS and only to do with the FSA involvement in the advice being provided as well as records etc.
ipriggs
21/1/2004
08:39
All I know is that they were currently carrying out audits which havent happened for a long time. They are also asking all the Partners questions and carrying out checks on their work processes and client bases. Why the sudden interest. Im hoping around March time to hear something.....
kalo
20/1/2004
18:03
Kalo After going into the market to buy 60% I assume there is a closed period during which HBOS cannot buy the remainder of the company, if so any idea how long. Are we out of it. One presumes we are but.... how long since it lapsed?
ibrox
16/1/2004
16:39
I mean HBOS to takeover the remaining 40% of STJ. They were recently carrying out an audit....could be me but Im holding for the next 6 mths at least
kalo
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