April 17, 2019
CUSTODY | Joe Parsons
CACEIS and Santander to merge custody and asset servicing units

The combination with Santander expands CACEIS’ reach to Spain and Latin America, giving the combined unit €5.1 trillion in AuC/A. 

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CUSTODY | Joe Parsons
Asset servicing fees decline sees drop in BNY Mellon’s Q1 investment services revenues

Revenue from asset servicing, its largest business, was down 7% in comparison to the first quarter of last year at $1.4 billion

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TECHNOLOGY | Joe Parsons
Broadridge acquires retirement plan custody and trust assets from TD Ameritrade

The acquisition of the assets marks the continued expansion of Broadridge’s Matrix Financial Solutions for the US pension industry.

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MARKET INFRASTRUCTURE | Joe Parsons
Settlement processes still far behind the technology evolution, finds DTCC paper

The research explained how, for some firms, most settlement communications still occur through email instead of through secure networks.

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GCTV | Editors
Keeping up with the pace of change

Gary O’Brien, head of clearing and custody product, APAC, at BNP Paribas Securities Services, highlights how firms are all reviewing how they can keep up with the pace of technological and regulatory change in the region.

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EVENTS
The Global Custodian Forum 2019

Global Custodian is delighted to host the second Global Custodian Forum in London on 23 May, bringing together leading voices from the securities services industry to provide a full overview of the leading trends and issues facing market participants.

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Spring 2019Now Available to View
In this issue, we take a look at how custodian banks are developing new self-servicing features around data. We also weigh into the debate over whether Europe's T2S project was a success or a failure, and also provide the results of our Agent Banks in Frontier Markets survey. Read More
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