SHANGHAI, July 6, 2018
SHANGHAI, July 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- On July 5, 2018, the "Triple A Asset Servicing, Institutional Investor and Insurance Awards" hosted by "The Asset" magazine was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Hong Kong.
Guotai Junan Securities won two awards -- "Best Private Funds Custodian, China" and "Best Alternatives Fund Administrator, China". This is the first time that domestic securities company won those awards.
After more than three months' business interview, expert review, and buy-side investigation from The Asset, Guotai Junan Securities has won unanimous recognition from professional judges for its long-term excellent performance and good reputation in WFOE market and been honored with "Best Private Funds Custodian, China" award along with the top three custodian banks: ICBC, BOC and HSBC and been the only service provider onshore obtaining "Best Alternatives Fund Administrator, China".
In recent years, Guotai Junan Securities has focused on providing full-service asset custody and fund administration services to global asset management agencies, devoting itself to creating professional service projects and advanced service models, and is committed to becoming an expert and value enhancer of global custody and fund administrative services. The innovative service model that promotes innovation with service and leads the trend with innovation is widely praised by the industry.
The Asset is Asia's monthly financial magazine which focuses on internal research, in-depth analysis and insights. It helps readers understand the leading corporate financing and fund management methods in Asia and the decision-making layer for Asian financial circles improve operational efficiency. Since 2010, the "Triple A Asset Servicing, Institutional Investor and Insurance Awards" of The Asset has been held for nine consecutive years. It is an important award for assessing investment and custody capabilities in Asia. It assesses both buy-side institutions (investors and fund managers) and sell-side service providers (custodians, fund administrators, securities lending agents, transition managers, among others) to deliver a comprehensive evaluation of Asia's dynamic asset servicing industry.