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Global custody survey results live now

13 May 2014

Find out which custody banks came out on top in this year's survey

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Global Investor/ISF has announced the winners of its global custody survey 2014. 

The survey produced two overall winners. RBC Investor Services was the dominant global custodian in the raw data table for another year while State Street was the top-ranked custodian under the new weighted methodology. 
Full analysis:
Overall and sector tables:
Service category tables:

Asset managers, asset owners and banks were asked to rate their global custodians across 10 core service categories (broken down into sub-categories) and seven value-added service categories (also in sub-categories). Read about the profiles of the respondents here:

Global Investor/ISF made several changes to the methodology for this year's survey [  ].

The survey's results are presented across three regions: Emea, the Americas and Asia Pacific. 

Results for custodians that qualify have been published regardless of whether or not they actively participated in the survey. 

See the results of last year's survey:

  • BNP Paribas have provided an excellent custody service (period under review: 2013/2014).

    Riesen | 31 Mar 2014

  • State Street have provided a fantastic client experience and should be commended for their solution drive efforts.

    Andrea Clark | 26 Mar 2014

  • Exceptional and professional service from BNP

    Jonathan Mann | 25 Mar 2014

  • Excellent cooperation with NT

    Rob Braaksma | 21 Mar 2014

  • BNY Mellon is our custodian and they have done an excellent job this past year!

    John Grant | 14 Mar 2014

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