In a widely expected move, Aberdeen Asset Management is to be removed from the FTSE 100 index with effect from 21 March, following a difficult 18-month period for the emerging market focused company.
The asset manager, led by chief executive Martin Gilbert (pictured), has seen some £30bn pulled from its funds over the last 18 months by investors wary of their underperformance, marking 11 consecutive...
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