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FundBPO wins SG Hiscock contract

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Boutique fund manager SG Hiscock has announced the appointment of FundBPO as its new fund administrator and unit registry provider.

As part of the arrangement, FundBPO will provide fund administration and registry services for SG Hiscock's Australian equities and property securities funds.

SG Hiscock chairman and managing director Stephen Hiscock said the decision to work with BPO Fund followed a comprehensive review of the fund manager's administration and marketing.

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"We were looking for an administration specialist with market leading capabilities that will further invest in developing future proficiencies for our investor services. We assessed FundBPO as the ‘best fit’ administrator for the current and future needs of our funds," Mr Hiscock said.

"FundBPO’s recent experience with large-scale complex transitions gave us confidence in their ability to grow with our funds. We expect their support, alongside our new revamped website, which also went live this week, to enhance the service we can offer our investors.”

FundBPO chief executive Martin Smith said, "Being selected by such a high calibre manager confirms our strong positioning in the fund administration and unit registry market. We work hard to understand market needs and develop tailor-made solutions for our clients."

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FundBPO wins SG Hiscock contract

Boutique fund manager SG Hiscock has announced the appointment of FundBPO as its new fund administrator and unit registry provider.

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