Associate Partner Practice of
St. James's Place Wealth Management
 

Alexandra Loydon, Head of Private Client Services


Alexandra is the head of Private Client Services at St. James's Place Wealth Management. She is a Private client lawyer and assists with advising high net worth UK and non-UK domiciled clients on a wide range of tax and estate planning issues. She is highly experienced in advising upon the structures to hold, protect and pass on wealth. She has particular experience in integrating personal and business succession issues for business owners.

Alex is also a member of the STEP, The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.



Andrew Anderson-Dixon, Head of Private Client Advice


Andrew is the Head of Private Client Advice at St. James's Place. Andrew is highly skilled in wealth management, inheritance tax and estate planning, tax mitigation, retirement planning and working with owner managed businesses and entrepreneurs.


As head of Private Client Advice, he runs a substantial team of financial planning consultants all of whom work closely with clients. Andrew has over 30 years experience in private client and corporate financial services most recently joining St. James's Place in 2005 from Barclays.

Andrew is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and the Personal Finance Society.



Obi Nnochiri, Head of Tax & Technical Support


Obi has a wealth of experience in the areas of Tax & Trust* Planning and his expertise is therefore paramount to the development of our relationships with many High Net Worth Clients. Obi is involved in client meetings and provides technical expertise and support to Individuals and Business Owners who have the need to have the most sophisticated financial planning. We have added significant value to many clients through working together with important aspects of the St. James's Place infra structure, namely people like Obi.

Obi is an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Tax (CIOT) and a member of the Personal Finance Society through which he holds the CII Diploma in Financial Planning( DipPFS).

*Trusts are not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority