Hex Trust has received an award in ‘The Asset Triple A Sustainable Investing Awards for Institutional Investor, ETF, and Asset Servicing Providers’. Hex Trust won the ‘Highly Commended’ award in ‘Best Custody Specialist, Digital Assets’.
Other winners include:
“It’s a great honour to receive this award and underpins the team’s hard work and commitment to building the industry’s leading bank-grade digital asset custody solution. To win an award alongside the world’s leading banks and financial institutions is a fantastic testament to our dedication to adhering with the strictest of compliance processes, ensuring client success, and continuous technological enhancements.” — Alessio Quaglini, CEO & Cofounder of Hex Trust
The Asset Triple A Sustainable Investing Awards for Institutional Investor, ETF, and Asset Servicing Providers are the industry’s most extensive recognition for excellence in the business, bringing together asset owners and managers with their service providers.
As The Asset marks more than two decades of its industry coverage, this set of awards has now become the industry’s seal of excellence and performance. These awards have also been refreshed to reflect the industry’s transformation including the opening of the China market, and the continued growth in institutional savings. They are what’s behind the accelerated increase in overall assets under management requiring expert insights from service providers in adapting to new technology and deploying automation to drive operational efficiency. The Asset is putting more focus on environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues in relation to the investor and asset management award categories.
The coverage period for these awards is January 1 to December 31 2020 with geographical coverage across all Asia-Pacific markets, including Japan and Australia, as well as the Middle East.
In addition to submissions and pitch meetings, The Asset board of editors also engaged with clients of the participants, securing valuable feedback in the form of client calls and our in-house Asset Servicing Survey.