SGSS wins three Global Investor awards


SGSS received the "Client Clearing Broker of the Year", "Transfer Agent of the Year" and also the "Sub-Custody Survey 2018" awards from Global Investor at an awards ceremony held in London on June 28th.

SGSS received the "Client Clearing Broker of the Year" and "Transfer Agent of the Year" awards

"The Societe Generale group is proud on behalf of our team to be recognized in a market with strong competition. The key to our success to date is our strategy to seek and attract clients as business partners. In forging a strong alliance we are able to accompany them on a global basis as they grow in the market. We are in a market that has been disrupted in recent years with evolution on a regulatory and technical basis. Both of which have required significant investment in terms of time and money by the Societe Generale group. However, it is the management of this change and how it is embraced and integrated into the daily business that I am proud to say is the SG Transfer Agency teams’ differentiator." Finnola Lawlor, Global Head of Fund Processing Servies at SGSS. "This is another great reward for our TA teams who have already been recognized for their efficiency and commitment in the past".

SGSS also received the "Sub-Custody Survey 2018" award for the best local custody services:

SGSS is in pole position for these services in Italy, Central and Eastern Europe (Czech Republic, Romania, Russia, Serbia), as well as in Africa (Côte d'Ivoire, Tunisia).

Global Investor invited all entities that use the services of sub-custodians, from broker-dealers to global custodians, to rate their performance. Sub-custodians were rated across the twelve service categories, separately for each market.

The unweighted tables include simple averages of respondents’ scores. The weighted tables take into consideration how important each service category is to the survey respondents and the assets under custody of the respondent rating *sub-custodian.

Alex Krunic Head of RM, Global Broker Dealer Societe Generale Securities Services
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