Cooper Investors reappoints NAB Asset Servicing

Taylee Lewis
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Fund manager Cooper Investors has reappointed NAB Asset Servicing to provide its custodial services.

NAB Asset Servicing will provide custodial and administration services to Cooper Investors for a further three years.

Executive general manager of asset servicing Matthew Brown said, “We are pleased to have the opportunity to extend our partnership with Cooper Investors”.


“NAB’s service delivery and relationship model provide a strong platform that enable Cooper Investors to support their clients through the delivery of flexible investment solutions.”

Cooper Investors currently has $1.5 billion invested globally across 23 countries and 150 stocks, a NAB-issued statement said.

The firm's managing director, Peter Cooper, said, “it is therefore very important to Coopers that we partner with a custodian and back-office team who have the depth and capability to provide these crucial functions to a very high standard.”


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