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|... either exited on their own accord or have been made redundant. 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 ...|
|... "Aberdeen", reflects a modern brand that will also be used for all the client-facing businesses globally, chief executive Stephen Bird said. "Our new brand Abrdn builds on our heritage and is modern, dynamic and, most importantly, engaging for all of ...|
|... 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 Business reported that Bird has implemented several ...|
|... Australia said the sale of the brand will have no impact on the local business. Standard Life Aberdeen chief executive Stephen Bird said the Standard Life brand has an important heritage and strong recognition in the UK as a life insurance and pensions ...|
|... 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 and ...|
|... 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 team. "It is important that our ...|
AIA Australia's newly launched advice business has named a chief executive to lead its efforts, as the life insurer brings some Commonwealth Financial Planning advisers into the fold.
Yesterday's Standing Committee hearings on financial advice suggested the corporate regulator and industry superannuation funds are the only ones benefiting from increasing costs.
The superannuation startup geared at self-employed workers is looking to raise $1.5 million, as it sets it sights on 60,000 members in five years.
The Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) has made changes to its procedures to weed out complaints where the consumer didn't really suffer any financial harm.
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