US Bank renews SEI portfolio processing deal
14 May 2007 | 1250 views | 0
SEI (Nasdaq: SEIC), a leading global provider of outsourced asset management, investment processing and investment operations solutions, announced today that U.S. Bank has renewed its contract with SEI for its portfolio processing and accounting system.
U.S. Bank, the 6th largest commercial bank in the United States, has been an SEI client for over 25 years. Most recently, SEI assisted U.S. Bank with the rapid assimilation of two strategic acquisitions. In 2006, U.S. Bank purchased the corporate trust and institutional custody businesses of Wachovia Corporation and the municipal and corporate bond trustee business of SunTrust Banks, Inc. U.S. Bank acquired more than 60,000 new accounts in these two deals.
"SEI's vast experience in platform integration and merger activities enabled U.S. Bank to successfully integrate the Wachovia and SunTrust acquisitions back-to-back in record time," said Dale R. Smith, U.S. Bancorp Executive Vice President and Head of Trust Technology and Support Services. "Over the years, U.S. Bank Wealth Management businesses have grown substantially through acquisition and SEI has been our partner every step of the way. SEI is an unparalleled industry leader in systems integration and project management. The proven scalability of the SEI solution has helped U.S. Bank facilitate our aggressive acquisition strategy."
"We are extremely proud to have such a long-standing relationship with U.S. Bank," said Joe Ujobai, Executive Vice President for SEI's Private Banking Business. "The success and efficiency of the recent Wachovia and SunTrust conversions is a tribute to the strong relationship between our organizations and the strength of our conversion teams."
"SEI has a vast history with U.S. Bank," stated David Campbell, Senior Vice President for SEI's Private Banking Business. "They have been a true partner and a valued client for more than 25 years. We are excited to extend our relationship and eager to continually assist them in fulfilling their strategic goals."