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Standard Life is to acquire Axa's UK portfolio services division Elevate for undisclosed terms, to create a combined advisory platform business.
Standard Life is to acquire Baigrie Davies, the London-based financial services firm with 30 staff.
Standard Life is to acquire Munro Partnership, the IFA with offices in Glasgow, Ayr and Hamilton.
Standard Life is to acquire Almary Green, the Norwich-based financial advice firm with 44 staff.
Standard Life is to acquire Pearson Jones, the Leeds-based wealth management firm with 39 staff, from Skipton Building Society for undisclosed terms.
Standard Life is in talks to acquire Ignis Asset Management, the Glasgow-based fund management firm with 230 staff, for about £400m.
Standard Life is to create 46 new customer service jobs at its Edinburgh-based pensions business by early next year.
Standard Life is to acquire Focus Solutions Group, the Leamington Spa-based financial software company, for £42m.
Standard Life has sold its medical insurance division, which has 562 staff in Bournemouth and Stockport, to Discovery Holdings of South Africa for £138m.
Standard Life has acquired Threesixty, the Cheadle Hulme-based provider of financial support services with 60 staff, for undisclosed terms.
Standard Life is to shed 75 jobs in Edinburgh and Bournemouth, as part of a change in its marketing strategy that will also involve the creation of 38 management jobs in Edinburgh.
Standard Life is to acquire Vebnet, the employee benefits company with 78 staff and offices in Edinburgh and London, for £24m.
Standard Life is to relocate the headquarters of its Standard Life Healthcare division and 350 jobs from Guildford to Bournemouth, following the acquisition of Bournemouth-based FirstAssist Insurance for undisclosed terms.
Standard Life is planning to close its 17,000 sq ft Tanfield office in Edinburgh, in order to relocate 1,000 staff to other sites nearby.
Standard Life Bank is recruiting an additional 100 staff at its call centre in Edinburgh, following a rise in mortgage lending.
Standard Life Investments, the asset management company, is planning to open its first US office in Boston next year.
Standard Life Investments is to set up an office in Hong Kong in order to expand its fund management business into Asia, and is also considering plans to launch a new operation in the US.
Standard Life Bank is to launch a variable rate mortgage this year, and will recruit 200 staff for the new service.