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J.P. Morgan still the top custodian
KANIKA SOOD  |  FRIDAY, 12 APR 2019
... billion), Northern Trust ($403 billion), HSBC ($180 billion), RBC Investor and Treasury Services ($106 billion), Bond Street ($98 billion), Ausmaq ($53 billion), BNY Mellon ($24 billion) and Netwealth ($19 billion). Custodians usually charge fees as ...
Australian custody market grows to $2.8 trillion
DARREN SNYDER  |  FRIDAY, 9 OCT 2015
... manage 78% of assets under custody, with the remaining share of assets under custody held by State Street, HSBC Bank, Bond Street, RBC Investor Services, BNY Mellon and Netwealth. Australian assets held under custody for foreign clients (sub-custody) ...
European managers in property buying spree
LAURA MILLAN  |  MONDAY, 21 SEP 2015
... largest pension fund, has fully acquired the West One Shopping Centre, a retail and office property located above Bond Street Underground station in London. The manager paid 240 million pounds ($520 million) for the entities that own the 95-year long ...
CareSuper reviews custody contract with NAB
ALICE URIBE  |  THURSDAY, 31 OCT 2013
... $2.16 trillion. Every major custodian - including players such as State Street, Northern Trust and Macquarie-owned Bond Street - saw a growth in assets under custody. According to the sector review NAB is top dog in the custody sector. Its nearest competitor ...
State Street wins three-fund custody contract
ALICE URIBE  |  TUESDAY, 29 OCT 2013
... $2.16 trillion. Every major custodian - including players such as State Street, Northern Trust and Macquarie-owned Bond Street - saw a growth in assets under custody. Last month, Equity Trustees (EQT) said that it had outsourced its custody and administration ...
Citi surges but NAB still top dog custodian
JAMES FERNYHOUGH  |  MONDAY, 2 SEP 2013
... $2.16 trillion. Every major custodian - including players such as State Street, Northern Trust and Macquarie-owned Bond Street - saw a growth in assets under custody. Meanwhile, HSBC was the largest provider of sub-custody to foreign investors in Australia ...
ING Office overcomes difficult market to lift profits
AAP  |  WEDNESDAY, 4 AUG 2004
... $92.5 million with the ability to further enhance returns in the short term. It sold 50% of its interest in 10-20 Bond Street, Sydney for $136.2 million which was an $8 million premium to the book value.
JF Meridian trust acquires 50% of 10-20 Bond Street
... (JFM) has announced the $136.2 million acquisition of a 50% per cent interest in the ING Office Fund's (IOF) 10-20 Bond Street property in Sydney. The complex, comprising 37,860 square metres in two commercial towers of eight and 30 levels, will be acquired ...
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