NETHERLANDS - State Street Corporation has increased its presence in the Netherlands by opening a new investor services office in Amsterdam.
The new office will house more than 150 employees.
“The Netherlands boasts some of the most highly developed pension schemes that have been pioneers in the financial marketplace,” said Rod Ringrow, senior vice president and head of State Street’s investor services business in the Netherlands.
“These innovative pension systems and well-regarded corporate governance standards make the Dutch market a highly attractive investment region.”
State Street Corporation had US$1.4trn in assets under management as of 30 September 2005.
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