Aberdeen has reported a worse than expected £11.3bn outflow for the six-month period to the end of March despite a rise in revenues over the period.
Reporting its interim results, Aberdeen said it had seen £7.9bn in outflows from its own business lines and £3.4bn from the Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP) business, taking total net outflows...
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