Standard Life Aberdeen Shakes Up Ranks by Replacing CEO Skeoch

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  • Jun.30 — Keith Skeoch is stepping down as head of Standard Life Aberdeen Plc, the latest high-level departure from the asset manager that has struggled since its creation in a 2017 merger. He’ll be replaced by Stephen Bird, Citigroup Inc.’s former head of global consumer banking. Chairman Douglas Flint discusses the management change in an interview on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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