Gilbert brushes off talk of retirement in new job

Martin Gilbert, Chief Executive of Aberdeen Asset Management will be swapping his suit and ipad for decorators overalls and a paint roller and joining colleagues on Global Volunteering Day which is part of the Give and Gain project this Friday (20 May 2016). He will join a team of seven from different departments at the companys headquarters in Aberdeen to give a facelift to the Tivoli Theatre as part of the firms committment to a day of volunteering which stretches around the world. Meanwhile, staff from the Edinburgh office will be volunteering with the Scottish Association for Mental Health at the charitys Redhall Walled Garden.

Aberdeen Asset Management will operate a volunteering relay which will begin in Australia with the staff at Aberdeens Sydney office before moving to Taipei and Singapore and finishing the day in Toronto, Philadelphia, New York and Sao Paulo. 300 Aberdeen employees from 18 offices across the globe will participate.

The Grade A listed Tivoli Theatre, originally opened in 187
Martin Gilbert, Chief Executive of Aberdeen Asset Management will be swapping his suit and ipad for decorators overalls and a paint roller and joining colleagues on Global Volunteering Day which is part of the Give and Gain project this Friday (20 May 2016). He will join a team of seven from different departments at the companys headquarters in Aberdeen to give a facelift to the Tivoli Theatre as part of the firms committment to a day of volunteering which stretches around the world. Meanwhile, staff from the Edinburgh office will be volunteering with the Scottish Association for Mental Health at the charitys Redhall Walled Garden. Aberdeen Asset Management will operate a volunteering relay which will begin in Australia with the staff at Aberdeens Sydney office before moving to Taipei and Singapore and finishing the day in Toronto, Philadelphia, New York and Sao Paulo. 300 Aberdeen employees from 18 offices across the globe will participate. The Grade A listed Tivoli Theatre, originally opened in 187

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