Half a dozen major custodian banks take home double honours or more from Global Custodian’s Leaders in Custody awards.
Investment into BNY Mellon’s client digital platform has become a top priority for the world's largest custody bank.
State Street recently announced new asset servicing mandates of $1.3 trillion in its first quarter earnings.
The upcoming rule changes will involve a dramatic increase in the amount of data reported by mutual and exchange traded funds.
Euroclear has recently boosted investment into its fund market infrastructure service FundsPlace.
Investments into technology was cited as a core factor for State Street achieving new business wins.
The world’s largest custodian recorded revenues of $4.2 billion in the quarter, up by 9% year-on-year.
Northern Trust has become the custodian-of-choice for UK local government pension funds, having won eight other LGPS mandates.
The new account will bring around 80% of the custody and settlement volume of T2S markets onto Clearstream’s Investor CSD services.
MUFG Investor Services has reportedly hired Citco’s head of sales for EMEA in a similar role, who will join in the summer.
RBC's James Daigle will retire in May 2018 after serving 30 years with the Canadian bank.
BNY Mellon has recently made a number of moves in Europe as part of a revamp of the business in the region.
For the first time, trade reporting requirements will be imposed on repos and other securities financing transactions.
Apex brings on 25-year fund administration expert that helped build the alternative investment business development sales group at SS&C GlobeOp.
Deutsche Bank names new head of securities services to be based in Dublin.