The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has begun an investigation into the £11bn merger of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management, in order to determine whether the deal would lead to a "substantial lessening of capital".
According to Sky News, the regulator said it was looking for feedback and would decide by 18 July whether to launch a more-thorough investigation. The Scottish companies announced the merger back in...
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