Standard Life Aberdeen faces staff revolt on 'doughnut' bonuses - reports

Following £40bn outflows in 2018

Anna Fedorova
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Keith Skeoch, CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen
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Keith Skeoch, CEO of Standard Life Aberdeen

Standard Life Aberdeen is facing an internal backlash after being forced to cut dramatically the bonuses it pays to its employees, according to reports.

The fund giant, which suffered more than £40bn of outflows last year, is understood to have dramatically slashed bonuses across the firm, according to The Telegraph. The paper reports that some staff...

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