Hear from our experts on the ways we worked with clients to support their operational resilience, continuity, and liquidity needs during the pandemic ? and our vision for moving forward. Learn more: #volatilitytovalue
We are proud to be part of a fund that is transforming how philanthropy drives racial equity and social justice. Our contribution will provide essential support and resources to uncover and dismantle racial inequities in Boston and across Massachusetts. Read more via Boston Globe Media >>
#COVID19 has intensified the focus on #corporateresiliency and #sustainability. Our Chairman and CEO Ronald O'Hanley and Harvard Business School Professor George Serafeim discuss how making #ESG part of business strategy can offset short-termism and reorient companies toward long-term value creation. Read more:
While the shape of the economic recovery remains uncertain, we remain focused on being an essential partner to our clients and a high performing organization. View our Q2 Financial Results >>
Disability inclusion drives #innovation. We value all talent and are proud to be recognized among the top companies for #DisabilityInclusion. #DEI Disability:IN American Association of People with Disabilities
Our Chairman and CEO, Ron O’Hanley, explains how shareholder value will increasingly rely on how well companies manage the competing concerns of all stakeholders, and candidly acknowledges the challenges.
State Street Recognized as Number One Provider in Foreign Exchange Services in 2020 Ranked by Euromoney Magazine as Number One Provider in Several Categories; FX Connect Maintains Its Number One Position as a Leader in Real Money #EuromoneySurvey2020
Check out these summary highlights from our latest stakeholders report, featuring some of State Street's HR and diversity leaders explaining how we advanced our goals, including efforts to create a diverse and inclusive work environment.
#Pride is about people being free to proclaim who they are and standing together for #equality. Read more from our chief diversity officer Paul Francisco (He, Him, His): #LGBTQ+
On Friday, June 19, we held 8 minutes and 46 seconds of silence. We are committed to supporting our Black colleagues, not only on Juneteenth, but every day. We will have more to share on how we will continue to support the Black community, both inside and outside our organization, and we will look for ways to celebrate June 19 in the years to come. Listen to our Chief Diversity Officer Paul Francisco talking about fighting racism and inequality and a unique protest featuring Black executives in Boston.