Aberdeen AM and Standard Life combined
Edinburgh-based Aberdeen Standard Investments is a global asset manager specialising in equities, fixed income, property and alternatives. It offers a range of investment capabilities on behalf of clients in 80 countries, employing more than 1,000 investment professionals with 50 offices and investment centres in 24 locations. Aberdeen Standard Investments was created by the merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life on 14 August 2017. As of 31 December 2018, the company claims to have €648.5bn in invested assets. It recently made its first foray into the smart beta world with the introduction of proprietary SMARTER Beta multifactor equity indices.
The post-Covid work-life balancing act: How will companies create the new normal of flexible working?
Future for office working bright - but with a twist
Highlighting GameStop-style spike in prices
Act with integrity or be punished by the market: Being responsible investors vital in today's economic landscape
The best way to rise from the pandemic's ashes
Lead managed by Craig Mackenzie
Paul Schofield, Jeremy Kent and Pieter van Diepen to join
Responsible for managing £30bn of assets
The changing face of impact investing: Greater awareness of social issues and the road to a defined ESG strategy
Clearly defined objectives still required for lasting change
Added two new funds to list
Targets attractive return alongside positive societal impact
Risk-graded portfolios managed unveiled
Bird puts restructure plans into action
Jab news raises hopes - but cannot fix issues alone
'Landmark advancement for the hedge fund industry'
AUM up over six months
Clear guidance and detail needed
Investment analysts appointed to smaller companies team
How corporates are tackling the 'elephant in the room'
Tie-up due for completion by 17 November
'Significant risks' remain
Initiates bond repurchase worth up to £45m
Diversification is key
25 years of investment experience
Dealing to resume on 16 November
Managed by ASI's global equities team