In the Margins

Aberdeen CEO says firm not for sale

November 19, 2015

By Barron's

Aberdeen Asset Management CEO Martin Gilbert has told Bloomberg Television that the firm is not for sale. “We don’t want to be sold. It’s a great advantage being an independent asset manager. Emerging markets will come back. Asia will come back,” Gilbert reportedly said. Speculation that Aberdeen was on the block followed an article in the Financial Times last month. Read the original story from Barron's.

 

 

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