Robert Kaplan, a former vice-chairman at Goldman Sachs, and Patrick de Saint-Aignan, ex-head of risk management at Morgan Stanley, have joined the board of State Street.
The investment firm, based in Boston, now has a 14-strong board of directors. Kaplan stepped down as Goldman Sachs' vice-chairman in 2005 and is currently professor of management practice at Harvard Business School. De Saint-Aignan, who won Risk's Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004, retired from Morgan Stanley in 2007.
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