Custody news

J.P. Morgan buys office space in Dublin
16 May 2017 | Dublin | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Capable of accommodating 1,000 staff, it will give the bank flexibility across the EU as the UK prepares to leave
Athene and MUFG team up for middle and back office
16 May 2017 | New York | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Athene Asset Management has selected MUFG Investor Services, the global asset servicing arm of Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group, to provide business process outsourcing for certain middle- and back-office operations
French pension fund CNAVPL mandates Societe Generale for custody
11 May 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Caisse Nationale d’Assurance Vieillesse des Professions Libérales, the French national pension fund for self-employed professionals, has appointed Societe Generale Securities Services to provide custody services for its funds
Northern Trust lands £6.7 billion Northern Irish pension mandate
27 April 2017 | Belfast | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
BNP Paribas aims for €2 billion+ revenue
25 April 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
BNP Paribas Securities Services wins $3.2 billion US mandate
10 April 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Thélem trims custody counterparties
23 March 2017 | Paris | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Northern Trust retains Australian pension fund custody mandate
22 March 2017 | Melbourne | Reporter: Drew Nicol
FundBPO outsources workflow to DST Systems
21 March 2017 | Sydney | Reporter: Drew Nicol
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J.P. Morgan reshuffles asset custody team
15 March 2017 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
£550 million mandate for Northern Trust
10 March 2017 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
BNP Paribas lands €60 billion custody mandate
22 February 2017 | Madrid | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
J.P. Morgan wins State Street’s $1 trillion custody gig
26 January 2017 | New York | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
NA asset managers will unbundle ahead of MiFID II
06 January 2017 | New York | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
QIC extends mandate with Northern Trust
14 December 2016 | Melbourne | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
AFME issues new sub-custodian questionnaire
08 December 2016 | Brussels | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
GCF: Depository banks need more grilling
30 November 2016 | London | Reporter: Drew Nicol
BNY Mellon acts as trustee on Aberdeen bond
23 November 2016 | Aberdeen | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
SGSS wins European custody mandate
22 November 2016 | Paris | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
RBC I&TS mandated for innovative biotech fund
17 November 2016 | Paris | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
State Street sees 7 percent rise in custody fees
26 October 2016 | Boston | Reporter: Drew Nicol
State Street and PIMCO renew back-office deal
25 October 2016 | Boston | Reporter: Drew Nicol
New York pension funds taken to task by DFS
18 October 2016 | New York | Reporter: Drew Nicol
BNY Mellon wins Swedish custody mandate
18 October 2016 | Stockholm | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Custody and investment: never the twain shall meet
28 September 2016 | Geneva | Reporter: Drew Nicol
Israeli custody mandate for BNY Mellon
14 September 2016 | Tel Aviv | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Clearstream's AuC hits €13.03 trillion
17 August 2016 | Luxembourg | Reporter: Mark Dugdale
Citi extends global custody settlement times
26 July 2016 | London | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
Illinois pensions agency seeks new custodian
18 July 2016 | Chicago | Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
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