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Aberdeen Asset Management has completed a deal to buy US asset manager Artio Global Investors for £118.3m ($179.7m)
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Fund group CEOs have blamed the impact of the Retail Distribution Review (RDR) for a sharp divergence between UK fund sales and those elsewhere in the world at the start of 2013.
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Aberdeen CEO Martin Gilbert has raised the prospect of closing the group’s Asia Pacific equity funds in the near future after admitting it “cannot cope” with soaring inflows.
Aberdeen has hit the acquisition trail with two new deals, agreeing to buy US asset manager Artio Global Investors and taking a majority stake in private equity fund of funds business SVG.
Aberdeen Asset Management is to raise the initial charge on a number of emerging markets funds to 2% in order to stem inflows and avoid liquidity issues.
Aberdeen Asset Management has grown its profits by 15% in the last year despite "difficult and uncertain" market conditions.
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