Fidelity to Roll Out Streetscape Brokerage Platform

Connell, David
October 2001
Advisor Today;Oct2001, Vol. 96 Issue 10, p22
Trade Publication
Presents information on Streetscape, an online brokerage platform that will be introduced by Fidelity Investments in the third quarter of 2001. Opportunity for broker-dealers and their investment employees to differentiate themselves in a competitive marketplace; Integration of trading and service functionality with investor's account balances; Ability of Streetscape to serve as a resource for business development solutions.


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