State Street and Deutsche Bank earn Custody Risk recognition

TWO local firms have won awards for being the best in their fields in the Channel Islands at the Custody Risk European Awards for 2012

Mark Osment of Deutsche Bank collects the Custody Risk European Award
Mark Osment of Deutsche Bank collects the Custody Risk European Award

TWO local firms have won awards for being the best in their fields in the Channel Islands at the Custody Risk European Awards for 2012

Deutsche Bank was named custodian of the year and State Street took two titles – fund administrator of the year and property fund administrator of the year.

Now in their ninth year, the Custody Risk European Awards are organised by the Incisive Media Group and are recognised as one of the most prestigious awards in the securities servicing industry.

The awards ceremony, which aims to identify the best companies in custody, fund administration and technology across Europe, was held at the Royal Garden Hotel in London.

The Custody Risk magazine award winners are selected by a highly experienced independent judging panel.

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Comments for: "State Street and Deutsche Bank earn Custody Risk recognition "

sporran

Most of these awards are utter rubbish. They are based on the advertising spend with a particular magazine or media group.

Car of the Year

Superb opening comment. Let's see how many leap forward to justify these charades. Mutual backslappers with other people's money to spend.

The private sector may not have had a pay rise for three years, but they certainly don't miss out on bean feasts.

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