NAB Asset Servicing executive general manager, Matthew Brown, said the partnership will enable the custodian to provide insight and services such as securities lending.
“We are thrilled to be enhancing our relationship with Vision Super and supporting them to achieve their strategic priorities,” Mr Brown said.
Vision Super chief executive Stephen Rowe said: “This partnership is growing in line with our respective businesses and we look forward to more of the same in the years ahead.”
NAB Asset Servicing – part of NAB’s product and markets business – provides custody, master custody, investment allocation to domestic and international clients.
The firm currently has $692 billion in assets under custody.
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