State Street Long Term Debt 2010-2024 | STT

State Street long term debt from 2010 to 2024. Long term debt can be defined as the sum of all long term debt fields.
  • State Street long term debt for the quarter ending March 31, 2024 was $19.746B, a 21.1% increase year-over-year.
  • State Street long term debt for 2023 was $18.839B, a 25.63% increase from 2022.
  • State Street long term debt for 2022 was $14.996B, a 11.29% increase from 2021.
  • State Street long term debt for 2021 was $13.475B, a 2.39% decline from 2020.
State Street Annual Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2023 $18,839
2022 $14,996
2021 $13,475
2020 $13,805
2019 $12,509
2018 $11,093
2017 $11,620
2016 $11,430
2015 $11,497
2014 $10,042
2013 $9,699
2012 $7,429
2011 $8,131
2010 $8,550
2009 $8,838
State Street Quarterly Long Term Debt
(Millions of US $)
2024-03-31 $19,746
2023-12-31 $18,839
2023-09-30 $18,564
2023-06-30 $17,178
2023-03-31 $16,305
2022-12-31 $14,996
2022-09-30 $13,999
2022-06-30 $13,530
2022-03-31 $13,922
2021-12-31 $13,475
2021-09-30 $12,978
2021-06-30 $13,032
2021-03-31 $13,836
2020-12-31 $13,805
2020-09-30 $13,853
2020-06-30 $15,587
2020-03-31 $15,538
2019-12-31 $12,509
2019-09-30 $11,455
2019-06-30 $11,374
2019-03-31 $11,182
2018-12-31 $11,093
2018-09-30 $10,335
2018-06-30 $10,387
2018-03-31 $10,944
2017-12-31 $11,620
2017-09-30 $11,716
2017-06-30 $11,737
2017-03-31 $11,394
2016-12-31 $11,430
2016-09-30 $11,834
2016-06-30 $11,924
2016-03-31 $10,323
2015-12-31 $11,497
2015-09-30 $12,025
2015-06-30 $9,085
2015-03-31 $9,174
2014-12-31 $10,042
2014-09-30 $9,016
2014-06-30 $9,037
2014-03-31 $9,503
2013-12-31 $9,699
2013-09-30 $8,748
2013-06-30 $8,841
2013-03-31 $7,440
2012-12-31 $7,429
2012-09-30 $6,418
2012-06-30 $6,392
2012-03-31 $8,117
2011-12-31 $8,131
2011-09-30 $8,112
2011-06-30 $9,544
2011-03-31 $9,531
2010-12-31 $8,550
2010-09-30 $8,573
2010-06-30 $8,546
2010-03-31 $8,815
2009-12-31 $8,838
2009-09-30 $8,845
2009-06-30 $8,980
2009-03-31 $8,405
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Finance Banks - Major Regional $21.802B $18.366B
State Street Corporation is a financial holding company. It provides a range of products and services for institutional investors worldwide through its subsidiaries. The company primarily performs its business through its principal banking subsidiary, State Street Bank. Its customers include providers of mutual funds, managers of collective investment funds and other investment pools, providers of corporate and public retirement plans, insurance companies, foundations, endowments and investment managers. State Street's Investment Servicing division offers a range of services, including custody, product-and participant-level accounting, daily pricing and administration; master trust and master custody; recordkeeping; shareholder accounting; foreign exchange, brokerage and other trading; securities finance; deposit and short-term investment facilities; loans and lease financing; outsourcing of investment manager and hedge fund manager operations, as well as performance, risk and compliance analytics.
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