SLFPF - Standard Life Aberdeen plc

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0.0000 (0.00%)
At close: 11:27AM EDT
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Previous close2.4500
Bid0.0000 x 0
Ask0.0000 x 0
Day's range2.4500 - 2.4500
52-week range1.3500 - 2.7500
Avg. volume3,049
Market cap5.102B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.28
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.3300
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.18 (7.46%)
Ex-dividend date30 Mar 2023
1y target estN/A

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  • Reuters

    Abrdn weighs split of private equity assets to draw fresh bids –source

    Abrdn is seeking to individually sell a batch of private equity businesses which collectively have about 12 billion pounds of investments, after struggling to find a buyer for the entire portfolio, a source close to the matter said. The British asset manager has been working with advisers at Rothschild & Co to sell the package of businesses spanning Britain, the United States and continental Europe, a second source said, amid a push by investors to boost flagging returns by offloading non-core assets. Abrdn's CEO, Stephen Bird, has sought to cut costs as he embarks on the final year of a three-year plan to try to reverse the asset manager's fortunes, after years of outflows and a temporary drop out of the FTSE 100 index last year.


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  • Simply Wall St.

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  • Sky News

    Santander in talks about swoop on £14bn abrdn private equity unit

    An arm of Santander, the Spanish banking giant, is in talks to swoop on the £14bn private equity unit of abrdn, the British fund manager. Sky News has learnt that Santander Asset Management is one of a small number of parties vying to buy the business from abrdn. At least one other party has been in discussions in recent weeks, although a source close to Fidelity International denied a suggestion that it was considering a deal.

  • Reuters

    Abrdn CFO Stephanie Bruce to step down

    Bloomberg News had first reported on Thursday that Bruce would leave her role in the coming months, citing an abrdn spokesperson. In an emailed statement to Reuters, an abrdn spokesperson said that there was no departure date yet for Bruce. Bruce joined the British company in June 2019 from accountancy firm PwC, where she was a partner.

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  • Simply Wall St.

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  • Reuters

    Abrdn buys stake in digital assets exchange Archax

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  • The Guardian

    Abrdn announces pre-tax loss of £320m for first half of 2022

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  • Reuters

    Shares in British asset manager abrdn slide on profit miss

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  • The Independent

    Pausing pension contributions for a year ‘may dent retirement pot by thousands’

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