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Aberdeen buys Old Mutual International

Aberdeen Asset Management is to buy Isle of Man based life insurance firm Old Mutual International for £36.5m.

OMI was incporporated into the Isle of Man in 1985, but has been closed to new business since 1998.

Aberdeen is also set to raise £100m through an offering of convertible bonds.

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