Citi expands ETF servicing to EMEA
April 16, 2019

Citi reports that it has expanded its ETF (exchange-traded fund) custody and fund services capabilities to include EMEA-domiciled ETFs, following the build-out of its ETF Services platform in the US, Latin America and Asia.

Citi says its core offering of ETF custody and fund services is supported by the firm's Advanced Citi ETF System (ACES), a new technology platform that enables it to fully automate the entire ETF lifecycle, from basket creation to order processing and settlement, significantly reducing operational risk and processing time.

Said Pervaiz Panjwani, EMEA Head of Custody and Fund Services: "As ETF issuers and investors continuously require greater levels of efficiency, we are pleased to launch this comprehensive solution for European ETFs to help our clients navigate the challenges associated with a fragmented market environment via a truly global and fully automated platform."





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Citi reports that it has expanded its ETF (exchange-traded fund) custody and fund services capabilities to include EMEA-domiciled ETFs, following the build-out of its ETF Services platform in the US, Latin America and Asia.

Citi says its core offering of ETF custody and fund services is supported by the firm's Advanced Citi ETF System (ACES), a new technology platform that enables it to fully automate the entire ETF lifecycle, from basket creation to order processing and settlement, significantly reducing operational risk and processing time.

Said Pervaiz Panjwani, EMEA Head of Custody and Fund Services: "As ETF issuers and investors continuously require greater levels of efficiency, we are pleased to launch this comprehensive solution for European ETFs to help our clients navigate the challenges associated with a fragmented market environment via a truly global and fully automated platform."



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