UK - The UK office of State Street Global Advisors has been presented with a Queen's Award for Enterprise in International Trade.
The award recognises outstanding achievement in international trade based on substantial growth in overseas earnings and commercial success.
The company is the only fund manager to be honoured with a Queen’s Award in the international trade category this year.
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