Standard Life Aberdeen set for name change in Phoenix deal: reports

Pedro Gonçalves
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Standard Life Aberdeen set for name change in Phoenix deal: reports

Standard Life Aberdeen is expected to change its name as part of deal with Phoenix Group, which is set to buy the 200-year old Standard Life brand, according to reports. The fund manager's new chief executive Stephen Bird (pictured), who joined last year, is on the brink of agreeing a deal to sell the Standard Life name, according to Sky News.  According to sources, the talks have been ongoing under the codename Project Hulkum, and would form part of a restructured relationship between ...

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