Who has the experience and expertise to support Australian funds in any terrain?

We do.

Asset Servicing is an integral business unit of National Australia Bank, whose industry knowledge and experience span over 60 years.

Since 1950, we’ve worked hard to become Australia’s largest provider of core custody and value added services for our diverse client base, including superannuation funds, investment managers, government entities and global banks. We provide settlement and custody services for a variety of traditional and exotic asset classes.

Our main services and products include:

  • Cash Deposit
  • Corporate Actions
  • Daily Valuations
  • Financial Reporting
  • Foreign Exchange services
  • Mandate Compliance monitoring
  • Member Choice services
  • Proxy Voting services
  • Relationship Management
  • Transition Management
  • Unit Trust Management
  • Securities Lending
  • Settlement and Custody
  • Tax Reclamation

Our local strength (largest domestically owned custodian in Australia with unparalleled expertise in this area) coupled with our global reach (partnership with Bank of New York Mellon, continued product expansion and commitment to sourcing best of breed products) allow us to provide a ‘one stop shop’ for our clients.

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