Custodians are institutional intermediaries who are authorized to hold funds and securities on behalf of large institutional investors such as banks, insurance companies, mutual funds and foreign portfolio investors. They settle the secondary market trades for institutional investors. Several Custodians are also clearing members and clearing banks of the Exchange and manage both funds and securities settlement.
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