Ex-Aberdeen Standard co-founder Martin Gilbert in feud with company over AssetCo shares - reports

Left SLA in 2020

Sophie King
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Gilbert stepped down as co-chief executive officer of SLA in March 2019. has stepped down from the position, giving sole responsibility to Keith Skeoch, effective immediately.
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Gilbert stepped down as co-chief executive officer of SLA in March 2019. has stepped down from the position, giving sole responsibility to Keith Skeoch, effective immediately.

Former Aberdeen Standard Investments (ASI) co-chief executive Martin Gilbert is reportedly in a feud with his former employer over his stake in AssetCo.

According to Sky News, ASI used Gilbert's (pictured) own stake in AssetCo to vote against his re-election to the ASI board. The company is principally involved in the provision of management and re...

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