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Trade Publication ‘Global Custodian’ Launches Institutional Digital Subscriptions on Exact Editions

By Sorcha Mondon

4 Oct 2021

The digital publishing company, Exact Editions, has launched a digital archive for Global Custodian, going back 6 years.

Global Custodian, a leading magazine covering the international securities services business, has launched a brand new six-year digital archive on the Exact Editions platform, which will grow in size and value with each new issue published. Institutions can subscribe for unlimited access to the archive seamlessly across web, iOS and Android platforms.

Published five times a year by Tungsten Publishing, Global Custodian was founded in 1989. The magazine provides analysis and commentary on the latest news and events in securities services, as well as high-quality editorial and a series of annual surveys that have become benchmarks for the industry.

The 42 issues that currently make up the archive are neatly organised into year-by-year ‘stacks’ on the Exact Editions reader site. The platform also boasts an advanced search function that facilitates detailed research into the wealth of content available as keywords, authors and more , which can be pinpointed at the touch of a button.

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “Global Custodian has been a leading magazine for over 30 years, and we are delighted to partner with them on this digital venture to provide a new revenue stream and expand their audience.”

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