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Keith Skeoch: 'passive has a part to play'

Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management stunned markets by announcing their merger earlier this year. 

In the third part of our exclusive video series, Standard Life boss Keith Skeoch - who will serve as joint CEO of the combined group - outlines how he intends to build a 'world class' business following the merger.  

While active fund management remains key component to achieving this goal, he indicates passive could also pay a role.

The previous two parts of the Skeoch video can be viewed below:

Keith Skeoch: ‘I have all my Sipp in Gars and it’s staying there’

Keith Skeoch: why I believe markets will make 'substantial returns

 

 

 

 

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