NETHERLANDS - BNY Mellon Asset Servicing has been appointed by Stichting Rabobank Pensioenfonds (Rabobank Pension Fund) in the Netherlands to provide custody and other services for its $16.4bn of assets.
BNY Mellon said it was selected because it offered the pension fund a robust offering while ensuring that potential operational risks and any administrative burden was reduced to a minimum.
BNY Mellon Asset Servicing head of Europe, Middle East & Africa Frank Froud said: "Rabobank Pension Fund has a well-deserved reputation for prudence and innovation, and its close cooperation with its strategic partners means it benefits from having a highly effective and risk-averse operating model."
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