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Accolades

Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH) is proud to earn the recognition of organizations in our industries for our commitment to excellence.

2017 ETF Express Awards: Best North American ETF Fund Administrator

2017 ETF Express Awards: Best North American ETF Fund Administrator

The etfexpress Awards 2017 for excellence among managers and service providers of exchange traded funds celebrate the achievements of firms that contributed to another year of significant growth in assets for the sector.

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Boston Partners in Education: Nicholas A. Lopardo Corporate Partner Award

Boston Partners in Education recognized BBH volunteers for their dedication to elementary school students in the Power Lunch Program. BPE’s Nicholas A. Lopardo Corporate Partner Award is presented to a group of volunteers with notable commitment to students in Boston Public Schools. BBH is honored to be part of this important educational programming that promotes academic success in our communities.

Playworks: Get in the Gamer

Playworks: Get in the Game

BBH “coaches” were honored for their efforts with 300+ students at Playworks’ 10th Anniversary Get in the Game event. The curriculum they developed imparts collaboration and communication skills on young leaders.

ETF Express: Best European ETF Fund Administrator

2016 ETF Express Awards: Best European ETF Fund Administrator

The etfexpress Awards 2016 for excellence among managers and service providers of exchange traded funds celebrate the achievements of firms that contributed to another year of significant growth in assets for the sector.

Private Asset Management - 2016 PAM Award for Best Trustee Services

2016 Private Asset Management - PAM Award for Best Trustee Services

Brown Brothers Harriman (“BBH”) Private Banking is proud to announce that it has been named Winner of the 2016 Private Asset Management (PAM) Best Trustee Service.

Global Custodian

2015 Global Custodian Industry Leaders Awards: new Winner – Mutual Fund Administration Client Service – North America

The Global Custodian Industry Leaders Awards focus specifically on outstanding achievement in Mutual Fund Administration, Hedge Fund Administration and Prime Brokerage for North American clients as well as a series of special Global Custodian Editor’s Awards for advancing industry goals.

Global Investor Global Custody Survey

2015 Global Investor Global Custody Survey

#1 for Clients using Multiple Custodians - Asia Pacific (weighted)

#2 Mutual Fund Managers (Global and Americas-only)

The annual Global Investor/ISF global custody survey takes in the views of asset managers, asset owners and banks. Clients rate their global custodians across a wide range of service categories, some of which are broken down into as many as five sub-categories.

Global Custodian

2015 Global Custodian Mutual Fund Administration Survey

Rated ‘Global Outperformer’
The Global Custodian Mutual Fund Administration Survey is an annual client perception survey of clients based in North America. In addition to regular survey ratings, in 2015 Global Custodian decided to take a historical view performance over a 10-year period. The survey reviewed eight servicing categories; relationship management and client services, value delivered, fund accounting, administration and trustee, distribution support, operations and custody, reporting in addition to compliance and regulation.

BBH Named Best European ETF Fund Administrator

2015 Global Investor Sub-Custody Survey

#1 - US Market (weighted by AuM and unweighted categories)

The Global Investor/ISF sub-custody survey measures client perceptions of the quality of clearing, settlement and asset servicing provided by sub-custodians. Clients rate their sub-custodians across a wide range of service categories.

United Way

2014 United Way Award

Brown Brothers Harriman was awarded the Corporate Partnership Award by United Way of New York City in recognition of long-standing commitment to the community through extensive volunteer and fundraising efforts.

Awards may not be representative of the experiences of any one client and is not indicative of future performance.