State Street Global Advisors is cutting fees on three corporate bond exchange-traded funds as it seeks to boost its share of the booming fixed-income ETF business. The Boston-based issuer lowered the expense ratios to 0.04% from 0.07% for its short ...

State Street Global Advisors has secured a major client for its service that incorporates an annuity into a target-date series. On Monday, the company announced that the University of California defined-contribution plan system, with nearly $35 billion in assets, has ...

Invesco Ltd. is in talks with State Street about a merger with State Street Global Advisors, the Boston-based bank’s asset management business, according to a source quoted by Reuters. The Wall Street Journal broke the news of a possible transaction, ...

State Street Corp. agreed to buy Brown Brothers Harriman & Co.’s investor services business for $3.5 billion in cash, adding an operation that safeguards about $5.4 trillion in assets.  The deal includes the unit’s custody, accounting, fund administration, global markets ...

U.S. money managers couldn’t stop the march toward exchange-traded funds, so they decided to join it instead. Now it’s more like a stampede. ETFs are on the brink of luring more money in seven months than in any calendar year ...