Subcustodians make cross-border securities investing possible. Global Finance recognizes the best of them around the world.
The only way a global custodian can be truly global is by relying on subcustodian banks in markets where it is not represented or where it’s barred by regulatory constraints. These agent banks have deep knowledge of local business and market conditions, including regulatory developments. They make cross-border securities investing possible by offering a wide range of administrative services including payments, corporate actions processing, proxy voting, transfer agency services, accounting and market insights and advice.
This is the 18th year that Global Finance has selected the World’s Best Subcustodian Banks, recognizing institutions that provide top-notch securities services to global clients. In this year’s survey, the Best Subcustodian Banks are identified in seven global regions and 82 countries.
In selecting the institutions that reliably provide the best services in 82 countries and seven regions of the world, Global Finance’s editorial board considered market research, input from expert sources and entry information from the