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Citi surges but NAB still top dog custodianBY JAMES FERNYHOUGH | MONDAY, 2 SEP 2013 12:35PM
Citigroup has seen a huge surge in assets under custody (AUC) in the first half of 2013, growing by more than 20% to $213.28 billion, according to half-yearly sector figures released by the Australian Custodial Services Association (ACSA).Read more: Citi, J.P. Morgan, NAB, BNP Paribas, ACSA, Australia, Australian Custodial Services Association, Citigroup, Investment, Bond Street, Challenger, David Edwards, Dimensional Fund Adviser, HSBC, Northern Trust, State Street
The chief operating officer of Countplus will join AZ Next Generation Advisory in the new year, spearheading the group's expansion plans.
ASIC has brought criminal charges against Avanteos Investments for charging deceased superannuation members.
State Street Digital, Vanguard and Symbiont have completed the first live trade for foreign exchange forward contracts leveraging blockchain technology and smart contracts.
New research from Griffith University and Iress has revealed the 'double-edged sword' of the ease with which consumers can switch their superannuation.
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