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State Street

www.statestreet.com

 
State Street, a world leader in financial services, provides a full range of products and services for large pools of investment assets. Our clients include mutual fund companies and other investment managers, corporations, public pension funds, unions, non-profit organizations, and families and individuals. They look to State Street for custody and management of their assets; accounting, daily pricing, and administration of their funds; the information and analytical tools that help them make investment decisions; and the foreign exchange, cash management, credit, and electronic trading services that help them negotiate complex, global financial markets efficiently and effectively.
  • Number of Employees: 10K-50K
  • Annual Revenue: > $1 Billion

Executives

Name Title Contact Details
Andrew Kuritzkes
Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer Profile
Bradford Hu
Chief Risk Officer Profile
Kyle Maddy
Assistant Vice President, Enterprise Risk and Compliance Profile
Elizabeth Hurley
Managing Director, CAO, Compliance Profile
Elizabeth Duffy
Vice President and Counsel Profile

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