State Street Corporation (STT) wants to bulk up in Europe and its chairman is telling investors that it is eyeing deals for the custody operations of the continent’s largest banks.

U.S. banks dominate the global custody market, and State Street Chairman Jay Hooley said at the Boston company’s annual meeting last week that he believes some European banks will be looking to sell their trust and custody arms because they are unable to compete for the most attractive clients.

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