RBC Dexia Investor Services has been selected by Standard Life Investments (Asia) to provide global custody, investment administration and shareholder services for that company’s newly-established Australian-domiciled fund.
“We undertook a rigorous evaluation of potential service providers and, in the end, we were impressed by the strong value proposition brought forward by RBC Dexia,” said James Cooper, country head for Australia at Standard Life Investments. “Their team understood our unique business requirements and demonstrated a commitment to work with us to support our long-term growth strategy in the Australian market.”
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