Awards evening on 29th November in New York to honour the best in fund administration, prime brokerage, custody and technology innovation.
Intertrust plans US and Asia acquisitions in 2021 strategy with former JP Morgan fund head at the helm
The Dutch fund administration led by Stephanie Miller has laid out its ambitions to become a tech-enable corporate and fund solutions provider.
CrossWise was launched earlier this year for asset managers to optimise their operating model by combining its front and back-office services.
BNY Mellon's former country executive for China, Robert Kung, who will be retiring following a five year stint with the global custody bank.
EquiLend has recently hired a number of securities lending veterans as it looks to strengthen relationships with users for its trading, data and post-trade services.
The investigation was launched into KMPG’s audit of BNY Mellon in 2015, after the custody bank was hit with a £126 million fine by the UK's FCA.
While private equity managers appear to be raising record amounts of money, there are a number of possibilities on the horizon that could wipe away gains.
Deutsche Bank has also named two new co-heads of prime finance, as it looks to renew business with hedge funds.
Panel at InvestOps in London discussed the potential for over-reliance on RegTech firms to comply with MiFID II.
Legacy technology is delivering, so proceed with caution when replacing it, says transformation expert
HSBC Asset Management's chief transformation officer says while embracing new technologies it is important to remember that legacy technology is there for a reason and people are comfortable with is.
Author of MiFID II says any updates will be more about refinement and realignment as opposed to a re-write.
Operations executives at asset managers discuss State Street’s front-to-back offering following the acquisition of Charles River.
Panelists argued an organisation from outside the asset management industry could pull buy-side firms together.
HSBC will divide global leadership responsibilities for its securities services business.
Increasingly complicated portfolios require more third-party providers including prime brokers, swaps providers and banks, says COO.
Ultimus says it will now cater to a wider range of private equity, venture capital, real estate and hedge fund clients.