Our values define what we stand for and the behaviors we want to encourage in each other. They unite us as an organization and guide every decision we make.
Joseph L. Hooley
Chairman of the Board
We’re committed to conducting business in a responsible manner. Learn more about our approach to creating long term value — for our employees, clients and stakeholders.
The lasting relationships we build with our employees, clients, shareholders and communities are the foundation of our business. One way we keep these stakeholders at the heart of everything we do is through our commitment to corporate responsibility (CR). It’s infused across our corporate strategy and values, and is an important part of our way ahead.
Working moms across the globe continue to break stereotypes with their ability to balance family and career. In fact, their skills at multitasking, relationship building and stress management are something we could all take pointers from. How can more companies embrace a new generation of working moms so they can find success in both roles?
*Pew Research 2018 Study
Chairman of the Board
We’re a global company with a deep commitment to our individual markets, clients and communities.
We’re committed to continuous improvement. Delivering value to clients, shareholders and communities. Developing our people. Operating efficiently and ethically.
We’re passionate about building relationships and creating shared goals that help our employees and clients achieve success.
We’re committed to acting with integrity and treating our clients, employees and stakeholders with fairness and respect.
Our global workforce represents a variety of backgrounds, experiences and viewpoints — all of which enhance our business. We’re committed to creating an inclusive environment where every idea has merit and every employee feels valued.
In 1924, State Street was named custodian of the very first US mutual fund, the Massachusetts Investment Trust from MFS Investment Management. Today, we service nearly half of the mutual fund assets in the US.
Our commitment to improving the lives of the disadvantaged in the communities where we operate started in 1977 with the launch of the State Street Foundation. And it’s still going strong today. In 2014, the Foundation awarded $18.8 million in grants to help support education and workforce development.
By developing the first multicurrency accounting system for asset servicing, Global Horizon®, we’ve stayed at the front of the investment servicing industry’s explosive growth.
Recognizing our clients’ need for better intelligence about their data, we created a business devoted to helping them get it. In April 2013, we launched State Street Global Exchange to help clients focus on the opportunities and actions that will generate the most value.
Opened in June 2014 in Boston’s Innovation District, the workspace in our new Channel Center building is designed to support mobility and flexible work schedules. With LEED®-certified design, this workplace promotes operational and technological efficiencies, and encourages collaboration.
How can you provide a better client experience? Focus on the right problems and opportunities. Richard Berkman, a Partner in Financial Services at IBM Interactive Experience, develops the mental framework around design thinking.