BNP Paribas Securities Services

BBNP Paribas’s Securities Services business is a leading asset servicing specialist covering all major markets and asset classes. As the fifth biggest global custodian in the world and the only European player among the top 5 global custodians (with EUR 10.8 trillion under custody as at September 2022), Securities Services helps leading financial institutions achieve their ambitions both in terms of investments and cross-border distribution.

Securities Services’ coverage is one of the most extensive in the industry, with a proprietary network spanning 27 countries and a global reach covering 90+ markets. This enables the bank to safe keep 90% of its clients’ assets on average within its own network, which helps its clients reduce operational risks and enhance operational efficiency. This extensive global presence also enables Securities Services to provide its clients with on-the-ground expertise on local regulations and market practices. The strengths of its multi-local expertise and integrated banking model put Securities Services in an ideal position to help its clients (including banks, fund managers, insurance companies, pension funds and sovereign-wealth funds) maximise their investment opportunities worldwide.

Securities Services received 28 awards from the financial industry’s leading publications in 2022, including Global Custodian of the Year (Asset Servicing Times), Best Sub-custodian Bank in Western Europe (Global Finance), and Asset Service Provider of the Year (Asian Investor).

You can visit securities.bnpparibas.com for more information.

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BNP Paribas Securities Services

Nicolas Chastan (Asset Owner’s segment strategy)
Email: nicolas.chastan@bnpparibas.com

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