UK - Aberdeen Property Investors' parent company Aberdeen Asset Management has announced its intention to float API on the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
The flotation, subject to various consents, is planned to take place within the first half of 2003.
It is intended Aberdeen will retain a significant minority shareholding in API. API has assets under management of £6bn.
It has a strong presence in the UK and European property markets with assets split geographically between the UK, Continental Europe and the Nordic Region.
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