Gilbert to retire from Standard Life Aberdeen in 2020

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Martin Gilbert: "It has been an incredible journey, almost unimaginable from the earliest days when we were just three people in one office in Aberdeen with £50m under management."
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Martin Gilbert: "It has been an incredible journey, almost unimaginable from the earliest days when we were just three people in one office in Aberdeen with £50m under management."

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 (pictured) 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...

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