Standard Life Aberdeen PLC (SLA.L)
22 Aug 2019
Wed, Aug 7 2019
LONDON, Aug 7 British asset manager Standard Life Aberdeen on Wednesday posted a 5% rise in first-half assets under management and administration as market gains more than offset continued net outflows of client cash.
Lloyds Banking Group has agreed to pay Standard Life Aberdeen 140 million pounds to settle a dispute triggered by the proposed cancellation of a 100 billion pound asset management mandate.
July 24 Standard Life Aberdeen Plc (SLA) will receive 140 million pounds in compensation and continue to manage 35 billion pounds of assets under a settlement of a legal fight with Lloyds Banking Group over a 100 billion pound ($124.43 billion) investment portfolio.
LONDON, July 23 British asset manager Standard Life Aberdeen has said media speculation that its Vice Chairman Martin Gilbert is planning an imminent exit from the company is "inaccurate".
LONDON, July 23 Veteran fund manager Martin Gilbert is to step down from the board of British fund firm Standard Life Aberdeen to take up a role as the chairman of digital bank Revolut, the Financial Times reported on Tuesday, citing sources.
Lloyds Banking Group PLC will pay about 140 million pounds ($174.72 million) to Standard Life Aberdeen PLC (SLA) to settle a legal fight over the future of a 100 billion pound asset management mandate, Sky news reported on Monday.
July 22 Lloyds Banking Group PLC will pay about 140 million pounds ($174.72 million) to Standard Life Aberdeen PLC (SLA) to settle a legal fight over the future of a 100 billion pound asset management mandate, Sky news reported on Monday.
LONDON, May 14 More than 40% of shareholders in Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) voted against the company's pay report at its annual general meeting on Tuesday, which SLA said was due to concern about its new chief financial officer's (CFO) pay.
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LONDON, May 14 Brtish asset manager Standard Life Aberdeen on Tuesday posted a 3% rise in first-quarter assets, as market gains and assets linked to recent deals more than offset currency losses and net outflows of client cash.