Category: State Street

State Street and Brown Brothers Harriman have agreed to terminate State Street’s proposed acquisition of BBH’s investor services business. In a statement, State Street said: “After consideration of both regulatory feedback and potential transaction modifications to address that feedback, State Street has determined that the regulatory path forward would involve further delays, and all necessary…

State Street has launched a new peer-to-peer financing platform, Venturi, specifically designed to connect buy-side firms with new sources of liquidity in the global repo space. Venturi, built through a partnership with FinOptSys, a fintech focused on the securities financing market, supports trade negotiations and enhances trade settlement and collateral management, allowing traders to better…

State Street has been appointed by China’s Harvest Fund Management Co Ltd. to provide onshore CNY FX hedging services for their Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) investment funds. State Street has a long-term partnership with Harvest, having provided the firm with a range of investment services since 2010. State Street provides onshore CNY FX liquidity…

Charles River Development, a State Street company, is collaborating with DirectBooks, enabling investment firms to manage primary issuance workflows in the Charles River Investment Solution (Charles River IMS). DirectBooks optimises primary issuance of fixed income securities by streamlining communications workflows between underwriters and institutional investors. Currently, 22 underwriters and over 250 institutional investors, including 17…

In the clearest signal yet that the State Street deal to acquire Brown Brothers Harriman’s investor services business in far from certain, BBH has announced four new senior relationship managers. Mariana Kelly joins from BNY Mellon where she worked as a relationship manager for Latin American clients and held roles in business development, project and…

Local media reports in Australia suggest that the AUD230bn (USD148bn) Australian Retirement Trust has consolidated custody and administration with State Street. ART was formed following the merger of QSuper and Sunsuper. QSuper, the larger of the two funds, had previously used Northern Trust, whilst State Street serviced Sunsuper.