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  • Societe Generale Securities Services is to assist Financière Arbevel, a French asset management company, to transform funds, as part of the FROG initiative http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8410

  • PineBridge Investments, a global asset manager has opened a new office in Helsinki to better serve clients and prospects in Finland and the Nordic region http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8408

  • Northern Trust has been appointed by Hong Kong Baptist University to provide custody and accounting services http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8406

  • Arkera, a new AL-powered platform that helps self-directed investors make investment decisions, has hired Townsend Lansing as chief commercial officer http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8409

  • Wolters Kluwer has hired Claudio Salinardi to lead its global finance, risk and reporting business as executive vice president and general manager http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8407

  • BNY Mellon’s Pershing Advisor Solutions has been selected as a custody partner for Peter Raimondi’s newly launched investment management firm, Dakota Wealth Management http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8403

  • Asia Pacific Exchange has gone live with core functions operating on technology from the Cinnober Group http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8398

  • Brexit isn’t top of the agenda for firm’s in the financial services industry, according to a panellist at this year’s Association for Financial Markets in Europe (AFME) conference http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8405

  • A new partnership between GMEX and DAG highlights how the world is rapidly coming of age http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8402

  • The working group on Shortening Stock Settlement Cycle (WG) has confirmed that Japan will move its settlement cycle of T+2 to next year on 16 July http://www.assetservicingtimes.com/assetservicesnews/article.php?article_id=8404

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