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Sep 23, 2008

fors.jpgGöran Fors

global head of custody
SEB

Custody has during the last year seen an
extreme growth in the number of markets our clients invest into, as well as the
complexity of these markets. The changing of asset classes has also been
challenging due to the increase in demand for reporting capabilities.

In the future we will see a number of
challlenges driven by the...

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