Stokley Towles, a mainstay in the Boston office of Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. credited with creating the bank’s global custody business, which now accounts for more than 70 percent of the firm’s employees, has died. He was 77.
Brown Brothers Harriman & Co., the closely held asset-management firm, has created a new municipal-bond mutual fund as state and city debt is rallying the most in five years.
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