Leading Australian property investment and funds management group Charter Hall has chosen OneVue Fund Services to deliver its unit registry service to its key institutional property funds.

Fast-growing OneVue, which now offers Australia’s largest outsourced unit registry business for managed funds, has created a branded solution for two of Charter Hall’s institutional property funds – the Charter Hall Core Plus Industrial Fund and the Charter Hall Core Plus Office Fund.

OneVue has worked closely with Charter Hall to create a branded unit registry website for their institutional investor customers, which will deliver automated branded reports and statements in a timely manner.

Charter Hall’s Property Funds Management business currently has $15.9 billion in Funds Under Management.

“Charter Hall aims to provide our institutional investor customers with a premium experience,” said Charter Hall Financial Operations Controller Ian Ko. “We have partnered with OneVue as they have demonstrated the flexibility to deliver the requirements to ensure that our investors are able to access investment information on a tailored Charter Hall platform.”

OneVue Head of Funds Services, Richard Harris-Smith, said: “We are very pleased to partner with Charter Hall and look forward to supporting their planned investment growth across their institutional client base.”

This new appointment is the latest in a series of high-profile business opportunities for OneVue. According to OneVue’s March quarterly results, Outsourced Unit Registry has added 194 funds during the year and now administers more than 400 funds, representing over $400 billion in assets, up $57.2 billion year-on-year.

Source: OneVue

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