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King & Shaxson provides a professional service to over 1000 clients including universities, local authorities, building societies, central banks, challenger banks, pension funds, fund managers and other financial institutions.
Our business is based on strong relationships that we have built in over 150 years of dealing in the UK money markets. Our experience means that we are perfectly placed to offer universities a premier service to invest surplus funds.
At King & Shaxson our dealing service offers access to the following markets:
We offer a free custody service via HSBC. All negotiable instruments are reconciled on a daily basis and held in a segregated client account. Instruments settled via CREST are held in custody in the UK, not overseas. Our highly experienced and efficient settlements team swiftly and efficiently process all transactions and have instant access to all incoming and outgoing payments
We provide daily market commentary and market price updates free of charge. Other chargeable ancillary services that we offer include mark to market valuations of negotiable instruments; provision of yield curves for risk systems; in-depth monthly economic data and commentary; and weekly/monthly credit risk data. King and Shaxson has also recently entered into a partnership with Your Treasurer enabling us to offer a counterparty due diligence service
King and Shaxson Ethical is the asset management arm of the company and has been managing ethical portfolios on behalf of clients since 2002, ensuring that ethics are truly reflected in each portfolio.
Each client portfolio is tailored to individual needs using output from a values-based ethical client questionnaire.
Tel: 0207 929 8525
King & Shaxson is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
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