New Zealand’s most respected investment administrator, MMC, unveil their new branding to the market this week, and it’s more than skin deep.
Designed to encompass their expansion into wealth administration following the purchase of Aegis last December, MMC’s refreshed brand leverages the past excellence as well as gives a nod to the future direction.
CEO, Vedran Babic says the process of refreshing MMC’s proposition has been a great way to bring the now 140 plus staff together under ‘one roof’.
“It’s been a wonderful process to collectively define our values, who we are, what we do and what we believe in; it brought us together during lockdown and gave us a singular focus.”
“What we’ve developed really is the sum of us, and communicates our absolute commitment to our clients’ success, service excellence and innovation. Our clients’ success is our success,” adds Babic.
A new website is one of the communication tools MMC have launched to explain their expanded service offering and client-centric vision. The investment administrator also held two ‘virtual roadshows’ last week to launch their refreshed brand to both Wealth Administration and Fund Administration clients.
“This is an opportunity to reiterate our commitment to driving the success of the investment sector, through a combination of exceptional people and technology. We do this by not settling for the status quo but embracing change and remaining open to new ideas. And with proprietary platforms that allow us to be fully responsive and flexible, we are able to introduce a range of smarter, innovative services to fulfill the needs of our clients and their investors,” says Babic.
The brand refresh marks three years of significant growth for MMC. During this time they’ve expanded into KiwiSaver registry, custody and now wealth administration. MMC have also made significant governance and leadership appointments, including a CFO and two new independent directors.
“We’ve always seen ourselves playing a much larger role outside the services we deliver, powering the larger providers and advisory firms and empowering the smaller ones. We’re poised to take what we do to the next level for our clients and their investors. It’s an exciting time,” comments Babic.
MMC’s branding partner is Auckland-based agency, Tricky.
For further information, please contact:
Nicola Tait, Chief Relationship Officer
DDI: 09 557 1484
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Since 2005, MMC have provided outsourced investment administration services to the New Zealand investment sector.
Auckland-based MMC now have over 140 staff and administers combined funds of over $85 billion for 100 clients who range from investment managers, to product providers and groups of investment professionals.
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