Pensioenfonds PostNL selects BNP Paribas
September 5, 2019

BNP Paribas Securities Services reports this morning that it has been selected by Pensioenfonds PostNL to provide custody and value-added services.

Pensioenfonds PostNL is the company pension fund of PostNL, the leading mail and logistics solutions provider in the Netherlands, and has a total asset base of EUR 8.6 billion.

The mandate, effective from January 1 2020, covers custody, investment accounting, investment compliance, regulatory reporting as well as performance and risk analytics services.

René van de Kieft, Chairman of Pensioenfonds PostNL, said: "In the search for a new custodian, we selected BNP Paribas Securities Services, a stable, leading global provider with a solid infrastructure.

"Their Dutch team, which responded to our specific wishes for the fulfilment of the mandate, their capacity and set-up in the Netherlands met our specific requirements. This gives us confidence in BNP Paribas Securities Services.

Mark Schilstra, Head of the Netherlands and the Nordics at BNP Paribas Securities Services, added: "This mandate win highlights our strong growth in the Dutch institutional market and our ability to deliver operational innovation and best-in-class service to major institutional investors."





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BNP Paribas Securities Services reports this morning that it has been selected by Pensioenfonds PostNL to provide custody and value-added services.

Pensioenfonds PostNL is the company pension fund of PostNL, the leading mail and logistics solutions provider in the Netherlands, and has a total asset base of EUR 8.6 billion.

The mandate, effective from January 1 2020, covers custody, investment accounting, investment compliance, regulatory reporting as well as performance and risk analytics services.

René van de Kieft, Chairman of Pensioenfonds PostNL, said: "In the search for a new custodian, we selected BNP Paribas Securities Services, a stable, leading global provider with a solid infrastructure.

"Their Dutch team, which responded to our specific wishes for the fulfilment of the mandate, their capacity and set-up in the Netherlands met our specific requirements. This gives us confidence in BNP Paribas Securities Services.

Mark Schilstra, Head of the Netherlands and the Nordics at BNP Paribas Securities Services, added: "This mandate win highlights our strong growth in the Dutch institutional market and our ability to deliver operational innovation and best-in-class service to major institutional investors."



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