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BetaShares appoints RBC Dexia to service Australian-based ETFs

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RBC Dexia Investor Services has been appointed by BetaShares Capital to provide custody and fund administration for its initial range of exchange-traded funds to be listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

The funds will be serviced out of Sydney, Australia.

“From the development stage to the launch of our initial products, RBC Dexia’s consultative approach and flexibility in their operating model were a complement to our team here at BetaShares and the main driver to their selection to service our exchange traded funds,” says Alex Vynokur, managing director of BetaShares “We look forward to growing our relationship with RBC Dexia as we continue to develop and introduce new products to the Australian ETF marketplace.”

“Our capability to support Australian ETFs with a strong partner like BetaShares expands the range of funds that we service in this key onshore market,” says David Travers, managing director at RBC Dexia. “Our flexibility in finding a customised service solution continues to make us the provider of choice by market innovators like BetaShares.”

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