State Street Looks to Expand Wealth Manager Services Through Partnerships

State Street

In a sagging economy, wealth managers are finding themselves—once again—in need of integrated applications so they can get quick access to information, according Peter Amato, State Street's vice president of wealth manager services. As a result, the Boston bank is looking to partner with "best-of-breed" technology providers to better serve customers.

"We're not always going to be the only technology platform in a client's shop, and the seamless integration between us and other applications

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