The former head of Aberdeen Asset Management said he is “very, very chuffed” to be made an MBE for his services to the Aberdeenshire community.
Erin Wyness' middle name might be Georgia, but she has lots of other things on her mind at the moment.
A leading north-east cancer charity has appointed an ex-Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) big-hitter as its chairman.
A glass panel has fallen from a shop front canopy at Inshes Retail Park in Inverness.
It is just a few months since Edinburgh-based Standard Life completed its £3.8billion all-share takeover of Granite City-headquartered Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM).
The £11 billion merger between Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management is complete, with the tie-up creating Europe’s second-biggest fund manager.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM)’s chief economist recalled yesterday how bankers once mistook her for a secretary and asked her to fetch some coffee.
A “universally liked” former company secretary of one of Europe’s top international investment management groups has died aged 70.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) chief executive Martin Gilbert said sweeping reforms announced by the UK’s financial regulator yesterday provided the industry with “clear guidance”.
I was glad to support the launch last month of KickStart Money, a ground-breaking collaborative project that aims initially to invest £1million in financial education for 18,000 children in 100 primary schools.
A year ago this month I had the satisfaction of signing the Time to Change Employer Pledge on behalf of Aberdeen Asset Management, signalling our determination to tackle the stigma and discrimination associated with mental health issues, focusing on the workplace.
The £11billion mega-merger of Aberdeen Asset Management and Standard Life will see 800 jobs cut across the firms’ global workforce, documents published last night revealed.
Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) boss Martin Gilbert has added another boardroom role to his roster.
The proposed merger of Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) and Standard Life will not lead to “dramatic” job losses, AAM chief executive Martin Gilbert said yesterday.
One of the north-east's best known entrepreneurs may provide some fresh insight into his proposed job share arrangement tomorrow.
Leading north-east business man has predicted there is “no chance” there will be a second referendum on Scottish independence taking place in the next two years.
Standard Life has announced the departure of its head of equities David Cumming just days after the firm's £11billion merger with Aberdeen Asset Management (AAM) was confirmed.
The north-east is at a “pivotal point in shaping its future”, a leading oil and gas expert said yesterday.
Markets welcomed news of the £11billion mega-merger that will create an asset management “powerhouse” based in Scotland.
It was the early days of 2017 and leaders of two of Scotland’s largest financial services companies met up to discuss joining forces.
Last month a cross-party group of MPs called on government and employers to do more to help women enter and re-enter the work place.
The chief executive of Aberdeen Asset Management has become one of 60 individuals who have been elected to become Fellows of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE).
An Aberdeen-based global financial firm is supporting a scheme which encourages young people in London to get involved with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
The election of President Donald Trump stalled “significant” investments for Aberdeen Asset Management in its most recent quarter.
A north-east woman enjoyed her apprenticeship with Aberdeen Asset Management so much she is now helping to recruit others to the company.
An Aberdeen cancer support centre has received a four-figure donation from Aberdeen Asset Management.
The Chinese president has been the talk of the town in Davos, Switzerland after Xi Jinping’s defence of global trade represented a “role reversal” in global economic terms.
Aberdeen Asset Management has stood by tradition by bringing a piper to herald the start of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
The University of Aberdeen has appointed one of the city's top businessmen to lead its governing body.
A north-east financial company has donated £5,000 towards helping feed some of the region's poorest families.
A Granite City-based finance giant has pledged to repeat their feat of charitable giving next year after raising tens of thousands of pounds for causes throughout the north-east.
Aberdeen Asset Management has poached well-known financial services leader to work with its largest clients.