Aberdeen Asset Management has undoubtedly felt the full force of recent brutal emerging market sell-offs. The firm has suffered 11 consecutive quarters of outflows, with some £30bn pulled from its funds, while its share price plummeted 59% from a peak of 508p in April 2015 to 209p on 11 February 2016.
Although last month marked 25 years since the company floated on the London Stock Exchange, the firm was demoted from the FTSE 100 index to the FTSE 250 in February, as investors worried about performance...
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