Jack Klinck could be described as something of a deal junkie. He has presided over 50 deals in his career, including 40 at his previous employer, Mellon, where he was involved in the 2002 acquisition of Newton Investment Management, now part of BNY Mellon. And the acquisitions have continued thick and fast since his move to State Street in 2006.
He originally joined the Boston-based investment manager and service provider to lead, expand and nurture a new division: alternative investment solutio
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