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SLA chiefs top up

SLA chiefs top up

Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) has been haemorrhaging assets since last year’s merger, suffering £16.6bn in net outflows during the first half of the year alone. It's therefore unsurprising to see the shares lose almost half their value over the past 12 months. Co-chief executives Keith Skeoch and Martin Gilbert have taken advantage of that depressed price to buy just over £400,000-worth of shares each in the now almost fully-fledged asset manager.

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