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Jun 08, 2011

StateStreet_LogoAs part of its integration of the Intesa Sanpaolo (ISP) securities services business, State Street will be opening two new offices in Italy - the first step towards further European expansion.

May 19, 2011

DubrovnikCountries such as Poland and Hungary are promising places for asset servicing firms to do business, both to satisfy local demand for fund services, and to locate low-cost processing centres. George Mitton asks if the Aifm directive could shake up the network of sub-custodians in the region

May 18, 2011

webMost asset management firms have yet to fully embrace social media. Martyn Cuff of Allianz Global Investors Europe says that in the age of Web 2.0 the time has come for the industry to elaborate web strategies in addition to their everyday IT plans


Apr 28, 2011

With the return of the risk appetite, service providers to the Nordic market need to up the ante and provide clients with a range of products they can move into quickly and that more suit their individual requirements. Edited by Angele Spiteri Paris

Apr 28, 2011

In part two the panel talk about fees, risks and future challenges.

Apr 19, 2011

MinersThere is no denying it, 2010 was a tough year, according to our fund administration survey respondents. Nicholas Pratt finds out what sizeable challenges they faced

Apr 16, 2011

Kim_MacFarlandAs Investec Asset Management grew from 14 people in a small Cape Town office to a manager with $80bn of AuM, COO Kim McFarland had to face down operational challenges, finds Angele Spiteri Paris.

Apr 01, 2011

In part two, the panel talks about the long/short funds, the recovery of the securities lending and their priorities for the next two years.

Mar 28, 2011

Tesoro_BNPPSSThe Spanish public treasury (Tesoro Público) has appointed  BNP Paribas Securities Services to provide custody and collateral management for OTC derivatives.

Mar 16, 2011

IndecisiveRegulatory uncertainty is leaving many buy-side firms undecided on whether to participate in a reformed OTC derivatives market. Nicholas Pratt examines what the potential cost of this indecision could be

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