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State Street to service Russell fund

APPOINTMENT PARTNERSHIP CLAIMS CRUDE COMMODITIES

Published 13/04/2011 | 05:00

STATE Street Corporation says it has been appointed by Russell Investments to service its new Irish-domiciled common contractual fund (CCF).

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State Street's operation in Ireland will provide custody and fund administration services to the new Common Contractual US Equity Plus Fund, which is available to institutional investors.

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Irish Independent

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