Martin Gilbert to retire from Standard Life Aberdeen in 2020

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Martin Gilbert is set to retire from Standard Life Aberdeen on 30 September 2020, having stepped down from his role as co-CEO of the merged company in March this year. Gilbert had been CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management since its launch in 1983 and became co-CEO of the business when it combined with Standard Life, along with Keith Skeoch, who is now sole CEO of the company. Gilbert has remained on the board as vice chairman of Standard Life Aberdeen and chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments, but the group has today announced he will not seek re-election at the next annual general ...

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