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.
Catching up with the 2018 Women In Investment Awards winners
Will work alongside de Bunsen and Webster
Industry Voice: As we move into March, global stocks have enjoyed the best start to the year in almost three decades. Does this bode well for the rest of 2019? History suggests it does. Since 1928, a good January/February has led to a positive calendar...
Building on its MyFolio index funds
Growing alternatives business
Formerly global head of product
Following £40bn outflows in 2018
Small cap stocks still pack a punch
Industry Voice: Over the past ten years, investors have operated in an environment characterised by extremely accommodative and unconventional monetary policy.
Strategic public equity
'Italexit risks are overstated'
Two investment specialists joining Edinburgh team
Approaching 20 years of dividend increases
Aims to combine income and capital appreciation with limited volatility
Industry Voice: We're in the midst of US corporate earnings season. Analysts are expecting overall year-on-year profit growth of around 15%, with some sectors, such as energy and industrials, exceeding that.
Jacquie Lowe appointed as non-executive chair
From last year's Women in Investment Awards winners
INDUSTRY VOICE: One of my colleagues in sales told me recently that he'd heard the same message from several clients in the recent past: "I don't know what to do in fixed income, but as long as it's not losing money I'm happy".
Michael Beveridge and Stephen Andrews among departures
Better stock picking and growth opportunities
Adding $900m in real estate assets
Deals that fell apart