custody

Sep 01, 2011

Finish_lineOur annual custody survey shows BNY Mellon is still at the top for global custody assets, but other firms saw most growth in percentage terms. Mark McFee provides an overview.

Sep 01, 2011

Stones-on-a-beachWith custodians now obliged to assume more liability for their sub-custody arrangements, Nicolas Pratt assesses to what degree risk management has improved.

Sep 01, 2011

roundtable_410Custody leaders tell us what they think differentiates their firms from rivals, and talk about challenges facing them and their asset manager clients.

Sep 01, 2011

Ahead of Sibos, we asked a range of industry experts this question: Data volumes continue to explode. What do you think the fund management industry can do with so much data, and are systems up to the challenge of making sense of it?

Aug 22, 2011

Handshake5The UK’s Lloyds Banking Group has renewed and extended its outsourcing contract with State Street Corporation.

Aug 17, 2011

Signing dealChina Construction Bank has appointed BNY Mellon as global custodian to a qualified domestic institutional investors (QDII) fund due to be launched soon.

Jul 25, 2011

14.10 HandshakePSigma Investment Management has appointed Cofunds, an independent investment platform, as a custodian to the majority of its unit trusts held in private client portfolios.

Jul 22, 2011

Jose-PlacidoIt is just over five years since RBC Dexia Investor Services was formed and although the business is outside the major league in terms of assets, its capability is as good as any other provider, and it is growing, Jose Placido, CEO, tells Nick Fitzpatrick.

Jul 22, 2011

Senior representatives from custody banks discuss the changes taking place around the pricing of custody and related services against a backdrop of increasing regulatory risk. They also consider the evolution of outsourcing and changes in OTC derivatives processing. Edited by Nick Fitzpatrick.

Jul 22, 2011

Baby-adultFund managers Artemis and F&C talk about how to make the second phase of outsourcing work. Nicholas Pratt reports


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