Millennium Trust continues to grow
February 12, 2019

Illinois-based Millennium Trust Company, a provider of retirement and institutional custody services to advisors, financial institutions, businesses and individuals, says that 2018 was for it a successful year of transactions, expanded offerings and overall growth.

It says that it continued on the growth trajectory that has been established for years, and ended the year with US$26.6 nillion assets under custody in almost 1.2 Million accounts – the latter of which is up 50 percent from 2017. 

Says CEO Gary Anetsberger: "As we look ahead, we will continue to invest in our people, technology and service capabilities to go above and beyond in providing high quality retirement services and institutional custody solutions to our clients."

Millennium Trust adds that it continued to bolster its position as a leader in the custody of alternative assets in self-directed IRAs. The firm offer custody for more than 15,000 unique alternative assets, including real estate, private equity, hedge funds and more.

Institutional Custody Services closed the fourth quarter with more than $13.8 billion in fund assets under custody in more than 450 private and public funds. The team demonstrated its commitment to building strong relationships and better serving clients throughout the year through the re-alignment of the Sales team and expanded offerings.





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Illinois-based Millennium Trust Company, a provider of retirement and institutional custody services to advisors, financial institutions, businesses and individuals, says that 2018 was for it a successful year of transactions, expanded offerings and overall growth.

It says that it continued on the growth trajectory that has been established for years, and ended the year with US$26.6 nillion assets under custody in almost 1.2 Million accounts – the latter of which is up 50 percent from 2017. 

Says CEO Gary Anetsberger: "As we look ahead, we will continue to invest in our people, technology and service capabilities to go above and beyond in providing high quality retirement services and institutional custody solutions to our clients."

Millennium Trust adds that it continued to bolster its position as a leader in the custody of alternative assets in self-directed IRAs. The firm offer custody for more than 15,000 unique alternative assets, including real estate, private equity, hedge funds and more.

Institutional Custody Services closed the fourth quarter with more than $13.8 billion in fund assets under custody in more than 450 private and public funds. The team demonstrated its commitment to building strong relationships and better serving clients throughout the year through the re-alignment of the Sales team and expanded offerings.



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