Greater demand by clients for high value-added services will give rise to two sets of changes, says John McCann at Trinity Fund Administration. "The core areas, offered for many years by administrators, of registrar and transfer agency, NAV calculation, financial reporting and regulatory and compliance services will continue to grow significantly over the next few years," he says.
McCann foresees "new services in the high value-added middle-office activities such as asset pricing/verification of
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