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LONDON, June 19 (Reuters) - The shareholders of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management both gave their backing to a planned 11 billion pound ($14.04 billion) merger at company meetings held on Monday.
A total of 95.8 percent of Aberdeen shareholders voted for the merger, as did 98.6 percent of Standard Life shareholders.
The merger, announced in March, is due to complete in mid-August. ($1 = 0.7834 pounds) (Reporting by Simon Jessop and Carolyn Cohn)