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FACTBOX-Investec, St James's Place among investors with widest gender pay gap

LONDON, April 4 (Reuters) - Britain's investment industry has released details of the average gap in pay between men and women, as part of a government-mandated transparency drive. Similar to the country's leading banks and others in the financial services industry, asset and wealth managers posted large gaps on both measures, with Investec Asset Management showing the biggest gap on base salary and T. Rowe Price the biggest gap on bonus. Below is a list of large asset and wealth managers and the data as given to the government and available on its website, or which was made available on the company's website. The deadline for submission of the data is April 4 and the rules applies to all companies with more than 250 staff.

Company Name Mean Mean Gender Gender Bonus Gap

Pay Gap

Investec Asset 48.8 pct 59.7 pct

Management

Investec Wealth 47.2 pct 82.3 pct

& Investment

St James's 47.2 pct 80 pct

Place

Standard Life 47 pct 69 pct

Investments

Kames Capital 42.9 pct 63.7 pct Close Asset 41.1 pct 69.6 pct

Management

HSBC Global 40 pct 62 pct

Asset Management

Invesco 40 pct 84 pct Octopus Capital 38.1 pct 75.6 pct Jupiter Asset 38 pct 84 pct

Management

Aberdeen Asset 37 pct 67 pct

Management

T. Rowe Price 36.8 pct 86.1 pct Schroder & Co 36 pct 61 pct SEI Investments 35.4 pct 64 pct F&C Asset 34 pct 82 pct

Management

First State 33.7 pct 81.5 pct

Investments

M&G 33.2 pct 83.5 pct Wellington 30.7 pct 73.6 pct

Management

Hermes Fund 30.2 pct 63.1 pct

Managers

Blackstone 30 pct 75.4 pct AXA Investment 29.7 pct 71.9 pct

Managers

Columbia 29.1 pct 69.1 pct

Threadneedle

Pictet Asset 29 pct 66 pct

Management

Insight 29 pct 66 pct

Investment

Old Mutual 29 pct 83 pct

Global Investors

Hargreaves 28.8 pct 71.8 pct

Lansdown

JP Morgan Asset 28 pct 66 pct

Management

Schroders 27 pct 75 pct

Investment Management

PIMCO 25 pct 56 pct Aviva Investors 23.8 pct 46.4 pct Fidelity 23.4 pct 69.1 pct

International

Baillie Gifford 23.3 pct 55.6 pct Baring Asset 23 pct 56 pct

Management

Allianz Global 23 pct 48 pct

Investors

Man Group 21.4 pct 67 pct Legal & General 21 pct 54.6 pct

Investment Management

BlackRock 21 pct 69 pct Franklin 19.4 pct 34.8 pct

Templeton Global Investors

BlueBay Asset 19.2 pct 55.6 pct

Management

Winton Capital 18.2 pct 41.4 pct

Management

State Street 18.1 pct 54 pct

Global Advisors

Newton 18 pct 48 pct

Investment Management

(Reporting by Simon Jessop Editing by Alexander Smith)