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|... Several exits were prompted by the appointment of Stephen Bird in October 2020 as group chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA), the parent company of ASI, who is spearheading a shakeup of the global company. This includes the recently unveiled ...|
|Standard Life Aberdeen is changing its name to Abrdn in a bid to revamp the company with a modern edge. Standard Life Aberdeen plc will become Abrdn plc, the firm announced overnight. Abrdn, which is still pronounced "Aberdeen", reflects a modern brand ...|
|... resources with our local footprint to build a strong investment platform". ASI is the asset management arm of Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA). Former Citigroup executive Stephen Bird took on the chief executive role at SLA in September. UK publication Daily ...|
|Following the pair's strategic partnership in 2018, Standard Life Aberdeen will sell the Standard Life name to Phoenix Group as part of a revised deal. Standard Life Aberdeen, which has a 14% stake in Phoenix Group as part of the partnership, entered ...|
|... Based in Singapore, Buehlmann will join the executive leadership team and report to chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen Stephen Bird. "The Asia Pacific region is core to Standard Life Aberdeen's growth strategy. Rene's wealth of experience in asset ...|
|... role, he will lead the global client-facing asset management distribution function, reporting directly to Standard Life Aberdeen chief executive Stephen Bird. Commenting on the appointment, Bird is delighted to have Hoctor-Duncan join the leadership ...|
|... as its new chair, the head of its local operations has confirmed. Chair and former co-chief executive of Standard Life Aberdeen Martin Gilbert has been named chair of Toscafund Asset Management. Described as an industry stalwart by Toscafund, Gilbert ...|
|The co-founder of Standard Life Aberdeen is stepping down from his position as chair of the Standard Life Aberdeen board. Martin Gilbert advised he will not seek re-election at the company's annual general meeting in May next year and agreed with the ...|
|Lloyds Banking Group will pay $250 million in compensation to Standard Life Aberdeen following its attempt to pull a $186 billion mandate in February 2018. Lloyds Banking Group and its subsidiary, Scottish Widows, reached a final settlement with Standard ...|
|... paid about Â£25.3 million ($45.1m) to 15,302 customers as at 31 May 2019. SLA is a former subsidiary of Standard Life Aberdeen. On 31 August 2018, it was sold to the Phoenix Group. The past business review, which is ongoing under the ownership of the ...|
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The industry fund will close its basic cash option on August 13, as it sees returns dry up.
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The head of Asia Pacific for the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board has been promoted, with a replacement yet to be confirmed.
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A former BT Financial Group executive will take the reins of Centrepoint Alliance from today.
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Robo adviser Six Park has lowered its minimum investment to just $2000, down from the $10,000 minimum it had at the start of 2020.
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