Keith Skeoch steps down as Standard Life Aberdeen chief

James Baxter-Derrington
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Keith Skeoch is to step down from the board at Standard Life Aberdeen and retire as chief executive, to be replaced by global consumer banking CEO at Citigroup, Stephen Bird, it was announced this morning. Following 14 years as a director on the board and five years as its group chief executive, Skeoch (pictured) will serve the remainder of his contract as non-executive chairman of Aberdeen Standard Investments Research Institute, along with his seat as chair of the Investment Association....

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