It represents the graceful transition between generations. The opportunity to nurture what has been given and live life to its fullest potential. At Market Street Trust Company, we empower families with exceptional service and unmatched expertise to ensure their legacy lasts for generations to come.
Market Street is a client-owned, industry-leading, shared family office dedicated to helping multigenerational families realize their long-term goals.
Market Street’s heritage began in 1909 as a single-family office supporting the needs of the Houghton family, the founders of Corning Incorporated. By prioritizing people and leaning into reinvention, we have evolved into a shared family office that sets a new standard for partnering with families.
“Market Street would not be here today, working with nearly 10 generations of families, if the company had continued to do things ‘the way it’s always been done.’ By removing the profit motive, we’ve built a unique model around the client and employee experience that continues to evolve by listening to and learning from our families. Market Street exists solely to take care of the families we serve — and they help us grow stronger and more connected every day.”
You will be partnered with a lead advisor who will ensure you are heard and supported, tapping into our team of experts along the way, so you receive comprehensive guidance.
With a headquarters in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, Market Street — and more importantly, our clients —benefit from favorable and flexible trust conditions, supported by rigor and dedication that helps mitigate risk and achieve the best possible outcomes.
Our full suite of wealth management services is backed by our highly skilled and collaborative team to create multi-dimensional plans and sustainable success for our clients across a variety of needs, including
If you are interested in learning more about Market Street, our services, and how we may successfully partner with your family, please fill out the contact form and our team will be in touch.
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