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State Street is a leading financial services provider serving some of the world’s most sophisticated institutions, that offers a flexible suite of services that spans the investment spectrum, including investment management, research and trading, and investment servicing. State Street’s singular focus on serving the needs of institutional investors is one of its key competitive differentiators. State Street is an industry leader and innovator. Their longstanding reputation as a capable and experienced service provider consistently positions them at the top of industry rankings. With more than 29,000 talented and dedicated employees all over the world, the company offers a global perspective backed by local industry expertise. they maintain operations in 29 countries covering all major investment centers. They provide our clients with a worldwide platform for growth, creating custom-tailored solutions that can support even the most complicated investment strategy in virtually any market.
General Informations
HQ Address: One Lincoln Street, 02111, Boston, MA, USA
Postal Address:: Box 5501 Boston, Massachusetts 02206, USA
Opening Times: N/A
Phone: 617-786-3000
Fax: N/A
Web: State Street
E-mail: N/A
SWIFT: N/A PAN: N/A BANK SORT CODE: N/A
Branches: N/A Founded: 1792
History

1792: Governor John Hancock approves the charter for the Union Bank, State Street's oldest ancestor bank. 1899: Allan Forbes joins State Street Trust Company as assistant treasurer. 1899: Allan Forbes joins State Street Trust Company as assistant treasurer. Forbes plays a key role in the company's growth. 1924: State Street is named custodian of the first US mutual fund. During the Great Depression, the Federal Reserve Bank occasionally declares bank holidays to prevent runs on banks. 1963: State Street Bank and Trust Company breaks ground for its new headquarters at 225 Franklin Street in Boston, Massachusetts. 1986: State Street is ranked the largest US master trust custodian by Pensions and Investments. 1999: State Street sells its retail and commercial banking business to Providence, Rhode Island-based Citizens Bank. State Street extends its capabilities in servicing alternative investments such as hedge funds with the acquisition of International Fund Services, enters into a definitive agreement to acquire Deutsche Bank's Global Securities Services business. 2003: State Street successfully completes its acquisition of substantial parts of Deutsche Bank's Global Securities Services businesses and gains important strategic benefits. 2007: State Street acquires Investors Financial Services Corporation. 2010: State Street acquires Mourant International Finance Corporation.
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