During the crisis of 2008, service providers faced an environment in which they saw their clients' assets decline sharply. After the dust settled, a new order was born with clients demanding more for less with increasing scrutiny as regulators ramped up their efforts.

Andrew J.F. Tucker, partner, and head of the Latin America, insurance and pension businesses for investor services at Brown Brothers Harriman (BBH), discussed with MME the state of the asset servicing industry post crisis, where the growth opportunities are now and what regulations he sees affecting the business in the coming year.

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