What is the securities custody?
In a broad sense, we can understand securities custody as a number of specialized financial services whose essential goals are: to safeguard physical and dematerialized securities, the appropriate management of the economic rights for their owners, and the appropriate risk management, particularly for institutional investors, such as investment funds and pensions.
The bank custodian provides safety and solvency to the market, enables a better management of risks separating responsibilities, and promotes effective specialization of the various market participants, encouraging long term development. The banking nature of custodians allows customers direct access to integrated services optimizing resource management. At the same time, by separating custody and brokerage functions, investors can centralize their custody in one entity, but work with several broker-dealers, facilitating information management.
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