More NewsRBC Dexia Reappointed by Bimcor for Pooled Funds Servicing

RBC Dexia Reappointed by Bimcor for Pooled Funds Servicing

Bimcor, the pension fund investment manager, has reappointed RBC Dexia Investor Services to provide custody, fund administration and securities lending for Bimcor’s North American pooled funds for the next five years.

“We appreciate the value RBC Dexia has brought to our business throughout the duration of our longstanding relationship,” said Michael Boychuk, president and chief executive officer (CEO), Bimcor. “RBC Dexia’s expertise in servicing pooled funds and diligence in supporting our securities lending program is strong. We look forward to our continued relationship.”

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