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5th July 2021

Today, Standard Life Aberdeen plc has become abrdn plc, pronounced Aberdeen. 

Our new brand is more than simply changing our name, it’s about coming together under a single global brand focused on helping our clients to become better investors.

Aberdeen Standard Capital will also change its name to become abrdn later in the year with full details provided nearer the time. We’ll continue to evolve our service and range of investment solutions that we are known for.

You can get more information and have a look at our new brand at

Read our press release here.

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