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Aberdeen Asset Management LSE:ADN London Ordinary Share GB0000031285 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.70p +0.61% 279.00p 280.30p 280.60p 280.90p 276.00p 276.00p 3,678,206 16:35:29
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 1,114.0 221.9 12.8 21.7 3,676.98

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21/3/201712:29ABERDEEN marries SCOTTISH WIDOW to create a global asset management behemoth247.00
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Aberdeen Asset Management Daily Update: Aberdeen Asset Management is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker ADN. The last closing price for Aberdeen Asset Management was 277.30p.
Aberdeen Asset Management has a 4 week average price of 261.80p and a 12 week average price of 245.90p.
The 1 year high share price is 354.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 212.50p.
There are currently 1,317,914,440 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,048,099 shares. The market capitalisation of Aberdeen Asset Management is £3,676,981,287.60.
rabbrooks: Today the Daily Mail has expressed the view that the proposed agreement in the merged companies is DOOMED as Private Fraser used to forecast. Mr Gilbert did well in his efforts getting ADN to a 500p valuation two years ago and has been rewarded handsomely financially. He obviously persuaded many of the large shareholders in ADN to go along with his ideal solution to keep his fingers in the cash box despite the share price almost halfing in value.He has ignored the possibility of selling to any other predator as he would be unlikely to be retained. His ideal solution is selfish. Time for him to go FISHING.
lord gnome: In which case, ganthorpe, we should indeed see an uplift in the ADN share price in the morning. This proposed merger could just be a defensive move by ADN. As other posters have said, this may indeed smoke out other more-hostile interests, including possibly HSBC.
p49b: No premium to ADN price re .75 of SL. on Fridays close.
lord gnome: Nice bit of news that shouldn't harm the share price on Monday morning. It also explains the recent buying.
speedsgh: Hedge funds stop shorting Aberdeen Asset Management (19/2/17) - HTTPS:// ...AQR and Odey Asset Management, two of the world’s largest hedge fund companies, are among the big asset managers to have removed their longstanding short positions against Aberdeen in recent months. Analysts said the company’s share price is unlikely to fall much further, reducing the incentive to bet against Aberdeen. They added that Martin Gilbert, chief executive of the fund house, indicated last year that Aberdeen had received interest from potential buyers, and any M&A bid would be expected to boost its share price. Paul McGinnis, an analyst at Shore Capital, the brokerage, said: “The shares [may] have now fallen to a level where hedge funds don’t see sufficient downside to maintain the short. “The fact that Martin Gilbert has also talked about Aberdeen being an attractive asset that people want to buy perhaps makes hedge funds nervous about being caught on the wrong side of a bid.” But he added that if Aberdeen is forced to cut its dividend — a prospect that was raised by the company last year — then its share price could fall below 240p...
lord gnome: Oh dear. Not a good update. Nothing new in it, but the share price is getting a good thrashing. I have funds to add, but I'll wait until we get the next interims in May. If the divi is held and the outlook statement sounds positive, then I'll add. Double or quits!
speedsgh: Jefferies predicts dividend cut at Aberdeen - HTTP:// Jefferies forecasts a dividend cut at Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN) as the company focuses on rebuilding its capital reserves. Analyst Phil Dobbin retained his ‘underperform’ recommendation and reduced his share price target from 254p to 221p as the stock added 1.4p to 267.5p yesterday. ‘At its results Aberdeen expressed a preference for rebuilding its capital buffer,’ he said. ‘It suggested that earnings per share of 23p to 24p would be required to ensure an unchanged dividend per share of 19.5p. Our reduced earnings per share forecast only just exceed 22p by 2019, we now forecast a dividend per share cut. ‘We would expect Aberdeen to reduce to a level whereby a progressive dividend policy could be supported…Our 2017 dividend per share forecast reduces to 11.9p and our price target to 221p, we maintain our “underperform” rating.’
speedsgh: Peel Hunt downgrades Aberdeen Asset Management - HTTP:// Peel Hunt analyst Stuart Duncan downgraded his recommendation for Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN) from ‘buy’ to ‘add’ after what he called its ‘predictably bad’ half-year results. The emerging markets specialist reported a 40% decline in underlying pre-tax profits to £162.9 million as investors pulled a net £16.7 billion from its funds in the six months to the end of March. The shares tumbled 9.4% to close 28p down at 270.6p. That leaves their price 4.5% lower than the start of the year. Duncan set a target price of 330p and commented: ‘While the headline profit figure was predictably bad, there were some small positives in [the] interims – a small increase in assets under management, an unchanged dividend and expectations of £70 million of cost savings.’ He acknowledged there was ‘some encouragement that sentiment towards emerging markets improved towards the end of the period, although some uncertainty remains and the outlook statement refers to the ongoing challenge’. ‘However, the share price has recovered sharply and flows/forecasts now need to catch up. We move to “add”.’
rabbrooks: The share price may have risen because Aberdeen is going to benefit substantially from the Bg. takeover?. It seems there is a large shareholding there.
seekerofvalue: Aberdeen Asset Management has completed its deal to buy Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (Swip). The deal has finally received regulatory approval, having been agreed between Aberdeen and Swip’s parent company Lloyds Banking Group last year. The deal is expected to be completed after the close of business on March 31 this year, with Aberdeen set to update the market to confirm the merger on April 1. Martin Gilbert, cheif executive of Aberdeen, said the “migration process” to integrate the two firms “will begin very shortly after completion”. Gilbert added that the combined businesses would have significant scale across asset classes and argued that they would be able to provide a better service for a bigger client base "including investors who will benefit from yesterday's Budget announcement giving them more freedom to invest their pension pots when they retire." Swip will swell Aberdeen’s assets by around £136 billion, providing annualised revenues of approximately £234 million. Aberdeen Asset Management will become the sixth-largest listed asset management group in the world, and the biggest publicly traded group outside of the US. with by assets, reaching almost £350bn as a result of the deal. The deal was orginally announced in November 2013, when Aberdeen said it would be creating 131.8m new shares to be given to Lloyds, giving the bank a 9.9 per cent stake in Aberdeen. The price for the acquisition was therefore £550m based on a share price for Aberdeen of 420p, though its shares have since fallen and the price is currently 375p. The deal also included a potential extra £100m payable by Aberdeen to Lloyds based on a series of five-year performance-dependent payments. Aberdeen Asset Management PLC is a global investment management group, managing assets for both institutional and retail clients from offices around the world. We've been growing steadily, both through acquisitions and by expanding our own business, since we started out in 1983. We're based in Aberdeen, Scotland, and have been since the day we began. Aberdeen Asset Management Investor Relations Current share prices, announcements and a whole range of resources for institutions and private investors around the world 3:2 Share split September 2005 16/09/05 Share price £1.005p 24/03/14 Share price £3.665p PE: 13.85 Dividend Yield: 4.35% 52 week high: £5.00p on 31-Dec-13 52 week low: £3.48p on 28-Aug-13 24/03/14 Today I purchased Aberdeen shares, priced at £3.638p as a core component of my long-term investment portfolio. I am invested for capital preservation and long-term rule of 72 appreciation in growth of my investment. As this suits my conservative approach. 28/03/14 Tuesday 1 April Aberdeen Asset Management (ADN) will release a trading update for the two months to 28 February, following regulatory approval for its acquisition of Scottish Widows Investment Partnership (SWIP). Analysts' expectations: "For the two months, we expect assets under management of £188 billion, down 3% from its first quarter. Of this we expect -£2.3 billion in market movements and -£2.6 billion in net outflows," predicts UBS analyst Arnaud Giblat. "We expect a positive message to be reiterated on SWIP, and at 9.9 times 2014 enterprise value/net operating profit after tax, valuation looks cheap given Aberdeen should be well-positioned if appetite returns for emerging market equities," he adds. Giblat has a 'buy' rating on the stock and a target price of 470p. Valuation: With a market cap of £4.4 billion, Aberdeen is trading on a 2014 P/E multiple of 11.86 times and an EV/EBITDA ratio of 8.41 times. [...] [...] 1/04/14 ABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT PLC TRADING UPDATE Martin Gilbert, Chief Executive of Aberdeen, commented: "Encouraging inflows to emerging market debt, high yield bonds and property have partly offset net outflows from our Asian and emerging market equity products, and we have seen further growth in the pipeline of new business awarded but not funded at the end of February. “Conditions in emerging markets remain subdued, and we have therefore identified and are implementing some cost savings, over and above the synergies we expect from the SWIP transaction. However, we will not change our long-term approach to investment which has delivered excellent returns to our clients over time and we look forward to building on the additional scale and product diversity that the acquisition of SWIP brings.” 6/05/14 Interim highlights Revenue £503.5 million (-2%) • Underlying profit before tax £217.0 million (-3%) • Underlying earnings per share 14.3p (-4%) • Dividend per share 6.75p (+12.5%) • Operating margin 43.0% (2013: 43.8%) • AuM £324.5 billion 19/09/14 SCOTLAND VOTES NO Scotland has voted against becoming an independent country by a projected 55% to 45%. 29/09/14 ABERDEEN ASSET MANAGEMENT PLC TRADING UPDATE 01/12/14 FULL YEAR HIGHLIGHTS · Net revenue 4% higher at £1,117.6 million (2013: £1,078.5 million) · Underlying profit before tax increased by 2% to £490.3 million (2013: £482.7 million) · 4% decrease in underlying diluted earnings per share to 31.1p (2013: 32.5p) · Final dividend of 11.25p per share (2013: 10.0p), making 18.0p for the full year (2013: 16.0p) · Cash increased by 53% to £653.9 million (2013: £426.6 million) · Assets under management (AuM) increased by 62% to £324.4 billion (2013: £200.4 billion) following acquisition of SWIP 3/02/15 TRADING STATEMENT Highlights · Assets under management £323.3 billion (30 September 2014: £324.4 billion) · Gross inflows in the quarter of £11.3 billion · Following a more difficult month in December, new business flows have returned to more normal levels in January · SWIP integration continues to progress in line with plan · Continued discipline in managing costs and margins FLAG COUNTER VISITORS
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