International Securities Finance 2017 Awards - Winners Announced

International Securities Finance 2017 Awards - Winners Announced

Global Investor Group announced the results of its 2017 International Securities Finance Awards on the evening of September 21 at dinner in London.

Click here to see this year's International Securities Finance Awards issue in full. 

Click here to see photos from the awards dinner.

The main results are listed below:

Lifetime achievement award

Gareth Mitchell 


State Street - global winner of the group 1 equity lenders

BNY Mellon -  outright global winner of the fixed income lending survey.

eSecLending was the outright winner of the group 2 equity lenders section of the survey, securing the top spot globally

Morgan Stanley was the winner of the group 1 borrowers section of the ISF survey.

Natixis was rated as the best group 2 borrower by all lenders, topping both the weighted and unweighted tables by substantial margins.

Technology survey winners

Pirum Systems was the winner of the post-trade category. It was the highest rated service provider globally and in every region.

EquiLend/BondLend was the winner of the SBL trading platform category, globally and in every region.

Trading Apps was the winning software solution product in the Americas.

In Emea, Broadridge received the winning software solution score.

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