SGSS wins RBC mandate in Tunisia

Handshake 3Societe Generale Securities Services (SGSS) has won a mandate from RBC Investor and Treasury Services to act as its sub-custodian in Tunisia. SGSS has provided securities services in Tunisia since June 2013, through the Union Internationale de Banques, a subsidiary of Societe Generale group. The services offered by SGSS from its custody platform in Tunisia include local and global custody, clearing and settlement services across all asset classes, depositary bank and issuer services. RBC Investor and Treasury Services is a provider of asset servicing, custody, payments and treasury services for financial and other institutional investors worldwide. ©2014 funds global mena

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