A testimony to best-in-class client services across the region backed by collaborative knowledge and experience
BNY Mellon is honored to have won four of Asia Asset Management’s (AAM's) “2020 Best of the Best Awards”. The awards came in a range of categories, underlining BNY Mellon’s achievements in asset servicing, fintech innovation and investment management.
For the third year in a row, BNY Mellon’s Asset Servicing business won AAM’s Best Client Servicing Award. This year’s honors also saw BNY Mellon scoop up AAM’s award for Best Specialist Custodian in Asia Pacific.
“BNY Mellon is absolutely delighted to be honored with these accolades for the third year in a row,” said Rohan Singh, BNY Mellon’s Head of Asset Servicing, Asia Pacific. “The awards recognize the skill and dedication of our teams in Asia Pacific, and the winning formula of our global business model. As the regional and worldwide investment landscape continues to evolve, particularly during these incredibly difficult times, and as our clients redouble their efforts to attain performance and operational alpha, the need for high-quality support and guidance has never been more critical. Our clients have always been at the center of everything we do – and they remain so – making the privilege of having been recognized with these AAM awards all the more significant.”
BNY Mellon Data and Analytics Solutions, took home the ASEAN Award for Fintech Innovation in Asset Management. The prestigious recognition highlights the group’s efforts to empower asset managers and asset owners with innovative and flexible technology solutions. Through BNY Mellon Data and Analytics Solutions, current and potential clients may benefit from a consolidated, enterprise view of all assets, in order to gain actionable insights, make data-driven decisions, and meet the business challenges associated with today’s complex global markets and regulatory requirements.
In the Best Performance category, BNY Mellon Investment Management received the “Global Multi- Asset strategy - 10 years” award. The strategy is managed by Newton Investment Management, a US$53 billion investment firm that is part of BNY Mellon Investment Management.
Doni Shamsuddin, Head of Asia Pacific ex-Japan at BNY Mellon Investment Management said: “This award demonstrates the appeal of our unique investment management model which brings clients the best of both worlds: specialist expertise from eight world-class investment firms, backed by the strength, proven stewardship and global presence of BNY Mellon, one of the world’s most trusted investment partners. It also underpins the importance of consistent, long-term investment performance for our clients in the Asia Pacific region.”
For more information on the awards and a list of all the winners, click here.