Pan-European indices have advanced just 3 per cent in 2014, compared with double- digit percentage gains in the United States. Might 2015 see a revers(...)

NDRC chief executive  Ben Hurley. Photograph: Alan Betson

NDRC’s technology start-up programme aimed at the financial services sector has named its first winner with Excel Rollup taking the top honours at Fi(...)

Aerial show: Sergei Lupashin demonstrates the Fotokite, a tethered, remote-controlled camera, to Susan Dargan, head of global services at State Street Ireland. photograph: jason clarke

Standing in front of a room of people in suits is not Sergei Lupashin’s regular Monday morning routine. The aerial robotics researcher and entrepreneu(...)

State Street’s office on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: the UK regulator fined the firm £22.9 million in relation to the overcharging of six clients, including the National Treasury Management Agency.

The National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) has terminated the mandate held by State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) to manage €650 million worth of equiti(...)

State Street has a significant presence in Ireland, employing more than 2,000 people from offices in Dublin, Drogheda, Kilkenny and Naas.

The commission of the National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) is to consider what action it might take with State Street following the decision of the(...)

The indication by the US Federal Reserve that it was considering a reduction in the rate at which it would expand its balance sheet had a dramatic effect on emerging economies

The most sobering lesson of the global financial crisis was that developments expected to increase resilience – the “originate and distribute” model o(...)

State Street Holdings Ireland reported a decline in sales in 2012 of 7.6 per cent to $247.8 million.

Pretax profits at the Irish fund-administration arm of the US financial giant State Street, which reports its performance here in dollars, fell last y(...)

State Street, which bought Bank of Ireland Asset Management for €57 million in 2011, is beefing up the unit, now called SSgA Ireland. Three new hires (...)