CANADA - The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board of Ontario hired State Street to provide custody, accounting, securities lending and investment analytics to C$15bn ($24.3bn) in assets.
State Street will provide these services to the Board's pension fund, loss of retirement income fund and insurance fund.
The Board administers the province's workplace insurance plan for employers and employees, and oversees Ontario's workplace safety education and training system.
State Street has $20.2trn in assets under custody and administration, and $1.9trn in assets under management.
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