The newly created role will involve oversight of the data underpinning its front-to-back platform development.
State Street has made a series of enhancements in support of asset owners, as it prepares to onboard buy-side clients to its front-to-back model.
Topics discussed at the forum included achieving buy-side operational efficiencies, new front-to-back service models, blockchain, ESG and tokenisation.
State Street and Charles River to discuss front-to-back offering alongside stellar buy-side line-up at the GC Forum
Custodians, asset managers, hedge funds, tech vendors and crypto experts will take to the stage for the second annual Global Custodian Forum to be held in London on 23 May.
Despite unfavourable conditions for the global custody industry as a whole in the first few months of the year, Ron O’Hanley, State Street’s new CEO, sees untapped opportunities.
The review will include a potential uplift of operations for client on-boarding, asset servicing, collateral management and settlement processes.
Custodians are moving to becoming one-stop-shop platforms, enabling investment managers to access a wider range of data and analytics tools.
Global Custodian takes a deep dive into the nominees for its Editors’ Choice awards at this year’s Leaders in Custody event, next up: the candidates up for Best Asset Servicing Project.
State Street’s recent organisational restructure will help accelerate the delivery of a front-to-back investment servicing platform.
State Street has highlighted its upcoming execution priorities, the formation of a new pricing committee, and how it will expand its asset servicing business.