Update: Standard Life Aberdeen to axe a number of jobs before 2020

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"This was part of the three-year merger process set out in 2017" - Standard Life Aberdeen.
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"This was part of the three-year merger process set out in 2017" - Standard Life Aberdeen.

Standard Life Aberdeen is to axe a number of jobs in its IT department by the end of the year.

Workers at the financial services giant were told on Thursday (10 October) that IT services for the group would be outsourced to US-headquartered IT services company Cognizent, the Edinburgh Evening News...

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