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  • State Street saw a 3% decline in its fee revenues in the third quarter, meaning the top four global custodians all saw year-on-year regressions in their latest results. Global Custodian reported earlier this week that Citi, JP Morgan and BNY Mellon all saw slight drops...

  • Three of the top four global custodians have reported asset servicing revenue declines during Q3, extending a run of mostly faltering results throughout the year. Citi, JP Morgan and BNY Mellon all reported slight drops in securities services revenues in their quarterly results for July...

  • Investors seeking diversification beyond their domestic markets are driving progress at different levels of the world’s custody market, but also new challenges. Which collaboration model will do the job for you?

  • Total assets under custody in Australia rose by 4.2% in the first six months of 2019, with all the nation’s custodian providers seeing an uptick from domestic and foreign investors. According to data from the Australian Custodial Services Association (ACSA), assets under custody increased from $3.58...

  • Growing investor interest in digital assets and cryptocurrencies is fuelling demand for crypto-custody solutions but few banks are willing to take on the risk. A study in March 2019 by Fidelity Investments found that 47% of US institutional investors – including pension funds, family offices,...

  • BNP Paribas Securities Services has been selected to provide clearing, settlement and custody services to Hong Kong-based Huatai Financial Holdings, supporting its activity on the Shanghai-London Stock Connect. As part of the mandate, BNP Paribas Securities Services will support Huatai Financial’s activity as a direct...

  • With its new product Direct Access Lending, State Street seeks to push the boundary on peer-to-peer lending transactions between its lending and borrowing clients. Previously, this type of model has been too cumbersome to operate for all but the largest.

  • The final adoption phases of uncleared margin rules (UMR) form part of the backdrop to Global Investor Group’s latest edition of its yearly special report on collateral.

  • Even though the number of custodians in the market has dwindled over the last two decades – primarily through consolidation – there is certainly no shortage of institutional investors looking to leverage their services. Increasingly, domestic investors – at least those operating in Europe and...

  • The market for exchange-traded funds has skyrocketed over 25 years – but the use of them as collateral for loans has not. The observation is made by BNY Mellon, who is now opening for them to back agency lending.

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