custody

Dec 07, 2007

In recent years it has been possible to make very impressive returns by investing in Emerging Europe. However, these opportunities are becoming harder to find. Nick Fitzpatrick considers how to benefit from these markets today

Nov 19, 2007

Central and eastern European securities markets have attracted massive overseas investment – but their infrastructure isn’t quite ready. Christine Senior reports

Nov 19, 2007

Central and eastern European securities markets have attracted massive overseas investment – but their infrastructure isn’t quite ready. Christine Senior reports

Nov 02, 2007

As fund managers use ever more complex instruments, some are now selecting prime brokers instead of custodians to service their portfolios. Angelique Ruzicka analyses this emerging trend

Nov 02, 2007

As fund managers use ever more complex instruments, some are now selecting prime brokers instead of custodians to service their portfolios. Angelique Ruzicka analyses this emerging trend

Sep 24, 2007

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, Brown Brothers Harriman, Caceis, Citi, HSBC Securities Services, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services, KAS Bank NV, Northern Trust, Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS), State Street

Sep 24, 2007

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, Brown Brothers Harriman, Caceis, Citi, HSBC Securities Services, JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services, KAS Bank NV, Northern Trust, Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS), State Street

Sep 24, 2007

The matrices below summarise information on local offices in Europe and services offered by the custody companies that participated in the funds europe Custody Survey 2007

Sep 24, 2007

The matrices below summarise information on local offices in Europe and services offered by the custody companies that participated in the funds europe Custody Survey 2007

Sep 24, 2007

The Funds Europe custody survey finds a greater presence of custodial banks in Europe and emerging markets, and highlights the challenges surrounding the implentation of new regulation, writes Fiona Rintoul

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