TOO HANDS-OFF: "They bought them and never touched them," Clayton Deutsch, CEO of Boston Private, said about the company's past acquisitions.

Boston Private Shows What to Do Once the Cost-Cutting Is Over

Clayton Deutsch has spent the last several years streamlining Boston Private's past acquisitions in an effort to improve the company's profitability. With most of the cuts in place, the company is now eyeing acquisitions like the one it announced last month for Banyan Partners, a Florida investment adviser.

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