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Jupiter opts for SEI’s GWS offering

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Investment management firm Jupiter Fund Management has selected SEI’s Global Wealth Services offering.



Through GWS, SEI will provide Jupiter with private client investment processing, and administration services for its GBP1.8bn private client business.

Jupiter focuses primarily on managing investments on behalf of retail, institutional and private client investors.

The partnership with SEI will enable Jupiter to enhance its services proposition to its private client investors and establish a more efficient and scalable platform for future growth.

At the core of SEI’s offering is its Global Wealth Platform, which will provide Jupiter with a single, scalable, and integrated infrastructure to manage private client portfolios.

Ryan Hicke (pictured), managing director, SEI’s Global Wealth Services UK, says: "Jupiter is a highly regarded, performance-driven UK fund management group with an established private client customer base, and this partnership demonstrates our continuing commitment to UK private client investment managers. We look forward to being part of the next stage of Jupiter’s growth and are excited about the visibility it brings to our Global Wealth Services business.”

Tristan Hillgarth, managing director, private clients at Jupiter Fund Management, says: "After an extensive due diligence process, we have selected SEI’s Global Wealth Platform to provide an integrated infrastructure to efficiently manage our private client portfolios. Selecting SEI gives us the opportunity to upgrade our infrastructure, whilst providing our investment managers with the integrated solution they need to effectively manage client accounts. It also enables us to deliver a value added service to our clients."

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