Joining BNY Mellon in 1997, Hani Kablawi has held a number of leadership across the globe. Here, he discusses his experiences and the changes he has seen, while touching on the significance of the custodian’s recent deal with Aviva Investors.
Research themes throughout the project will include tech enablement, portfolio resilience, institutional innovation, and data and operating models to enhance investing.
Outgoing executive was responsible for building sustainable finance relationships with investors, issuers and asset servicers.
As winners of the 2022 Global Custodian ‘Private Market Initiative of the Year’ Award, Apex Group received industry recognition for the success of their innovate platform that services the private credit market.
Expanded presence planned to enable cross-border investments and improve liquidity in a bid to support the reconstruction of the country’s infrastructure and economy.
The bank will provide custody, fund administration and shareholder services.
BoE securities lending committee noted that penalties are “not washing through the system as easily as anticipated”.
The shortened cycle is intended to bring capital efficiencies to investors and improve risk mitigation for the industry.
Third appointment this month for the fast-growing fintech which has secured backing from the likes of JP Morgan, Barclays and Societe Generale.
Custodian will leverage automation and a combination of private cloud and public cloud capabilities through the new deals.
This week’s round-up of fund administration and prime brokerage news features Citco, Apex Group, SS&C, Ultimus Fund Solutions and Crestbridge.
The taskforce will examine the case for quicker settlement times, with initial findings due to be published by December.
New offering will give clients opportunities to reduce costs as well as improved operational and strategic efficiencies.
Christoph Landis will assume the position on an interim basis, leading the Business Unit Exchanges, until a successor has been appointed.
Duo of hires bring 45 years’ experience to the consultancy firm.
European Parliament committee member says “prohibitive requirements will help prevent instability”.
Service will be connected to the Eurosystem Collateral Management which is set go launch in April 2024.