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Standard Life Aberdeen plc is a United Kingdom-based global investment company headquartered in Edinburgh, Scotland. In March 2017, Standard Life reached an agreement to merge with the investment company Aberdeen Asset Management. Standard Life was renamed Standard Life Aberdeen on 14 August 2017. It is listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index. The company's asset management arm operates under the Aberdeen Standard Investments brand. It is the largest active asset manager in the UK, with investments in equities, multi-asset, fixed income, real estate, and private markets.

Toxic work environment and poor management claim a former Drawdown assistant at indeed.co.uk.

"One of the worst companies I've ever had the displeasure working for. The management do NOT care for their staff. Insane to work there make you feel worthless. A lot of name blame and shame culture if you dare make a mistake. Will leave you clinically depressed and questioning your morals in life."

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Operations (Former Employee) says

"Was a fabulous company, with a fantastic culture, work life balance and celebratory atmosphere. Became a completely different animal (and not for the better) following the Aberdeen merger."

Business Management Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Not what it used to be. Lacks strong, clear leadership. The integration of AAM and SLI is still ongoing. Many good people have left. Those remaining are mostly frustrated."

Financial Analyst - Internship (Former Employee) says

"Daily meetings help to encourage a more familiar environment. I learned a lot about US equities while interning here."

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