Transfer Agency Services

We provide responsive, innovative and comprehensive mutual fund transfer agency services for millions of shareholder accounts for some of the best-known names in the financial services industry. Our services span internet, telephone and paper channels and are designed to be transparent to the end investor — from initial client inquiry through to fully customizable outputs.

Our transfer agency advantage:

  • Robust networking resources – enables access to key strategic distribution partners
  • Increased industry and market exposure – we support asset managers in their efforts to enhance distribution and raise and retain assets by providing the opportunity to reach financial advisors in the insurance, independent, wirehouse and regional broker/dealer channels
  • Streamlined reporting structure – enables us to respond quicker to your requests and increases operational efficiencies
  • Proven conversion methodology – reduces conversion risks and provides the foundation for successful implementations
  • Expertise and collaboration – multidimensional approach to client service provided by industry experts who know your business and keep abreast of industry trends
  • Flexible, leading-edge technology – enables nimble delivery of technology enhancements

Additional capabilities:

  • Shareholder accounting and transactional recordkeeping
  • Data delivery, repository and analytics
  • Client management services
  • Shareholder services
  • Multi-currency and multilingual services for offshore portfolios

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RIC Modernization Act

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