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However, some £25bn of outflows related to withdrawals from Lloyds Banking Group — which announced it was withdrawing a segregated mandate in July last year — meaning Standard Life Aberdeen saw net inflows of £1bn outside of this transaction.

The company also confirmed it would pay the final dividend for 2019 in an environment where a number of firms have suspended or culled such payouts, adding the decision was “supported by [its] capital strength”.


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