Custody and Trustee Services
From Milan to Hong Kong, we stand by you with an international service platform.
SGSS offers a complete range of services defined to provide efficient support for all financial intermediaries, collective fund managers and institutional investors, at both local and international level.
Financial intermediaries: retail banks and private banks, broker/dealers can all take advantage of local or global custody services, built on the Societe Generale Securities Services’ international network. Added-value advantages such as tax recovery and participation and voting at general meetings complete the service range.
SGSS offers sophisticated trustee and fund administration services to asset managers using both traditional and alternative strategies (hedge funds). The quality of the services provided is regularly acknowledged by FITCH Ratings and the leading client surveys.
SGSS wants to create long-term relationships with institutional investors which are keen to focus on their core business. A sound knowledge of the clients’ operating priorities combined with a strong command of the regulatory landscape and of numerous investment techniques in pan-European custodial and administration platforms; allos us to meet client expectations in the context of a pro-active approa
A range of made - to - measure services covering all asset classes:
Access to a vast range of financial instruments (MUFICORE)
A complete product range
Dedicated and flexible reporting tools on the Internet (Glass Custody), backing up pan-European platforms and providing dedicated and flexible reporting possibilities with no constraint on the market in which the client is operating or the country in which its funds are based
Selection and monitoring procedures for sub-custodians
Access to market information via a dedicated internet platform
Management of cash surpluses
Experienced, motivated, multilingual teams at the exclusive service of institutional investors.
A strategic position in the securities and investment fund activities of the main European financial markets.
The backing of a large financial group: Societe Generale.