Custody Risk Global Awards 2017 winners announced

BNP Paribas scoops Custodian of the Year

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The winners of the Custody Risk Global Awards 2017 were unveiled at an awards ceremony in central London on November 9.

Senior industry representatives and guests gathered at the Montcalm hotel to celebrate a year of achievement in custody, fund administration, securities services and technology.

There were a large number of entries for the awards, giving our experienced panel of judges some difficult decisions.

The winners are:

Custodian of the Year
BNP Paribas

Custodian of the Year: Canada
RBC Investor & Treasury Services

Custodian of the Year: US
BNY Mellon

Custodian of the Year: Latin America
Citi

Custodian of the Year: France
BNP Paribas

Custodian of the Year: Germany
BNP Paribas

Custodian of the Year: Italy
BNP Paribas

Custodian of the Year: UK & Ireland
HSBC

Custodian of the Year: Australia
BNP Paribas

Custodian of the Year: Hong Kong
Citibank

Most Innovative Project of the Year
HSBC

Asset Servicing Technology Vendor of the Year
Eagle Investment Systems

Collateral Platform Provider of the Year
Lombard Risk

FinTech Company of the Year
Symbiont

Derivatives Clearing Provider of the Year
Citi

Transfer Agent of the Year
Societe Generale Securities Services

Transition Management Provider of the Year
Citi

Securities Lender of the Year
eSecLending

Hedge Fund Administrator of the Year: Americas
Northern Trust

Mutual Fund Administrator of the Year
State Street

Hedge Fund Administrator of the Year: Europe
State Street

Fund Administrator of the Year: Asia-Pacific
HSBC

Ucits Fund Administrator of the Year
State Street

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