Inside State Street’s Assets under Custody and Administration



Year-over-year increase

In 1Q18, State Street’s (STT) AUCA (assets under custody and administration) rose 0.5% QoQ (quarter-over-quarter) and 11.6% YoY (year-over-year) to $33.2 trillion, of which mutual funds and pension products comprised $7.5 trillion and $6.8 trillion, respectively. Its equity AUCA rose 12.7% YoY to $19.1 trillion.

In 1Q18, State Street had fixed-income and short-term-and-other-investment AUCA of $10.1 trillion and $3.9 trillion, respectively. The company’s North American and Asia-Pacific AUCA stood at $24.3 trillion and $1.7 trillion, while its EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) AUCA amounted to $7.2 trillion.

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State Street’s assets under custody

At the end of 1Q18, State Street had total assets under custody of $25 trillion, of which pension-product assets and insurance-and-other-product assets comprised $5.6 trillion and $4.2 trillion, respectively. The company’s North American and EMEA assets under custody amounted to $19.1 trillion and $4.6 trillion, and it had Asia-Pacific assets under custody of $1.2 trillion.

On April 27, State Street’s enterprise value was -$15.4 billion, while peers (XLF) Legg Mason (LM), Franklin Resources (BEN), and BlackRock (BLK) had enterprise values of $4.7 billion, $7.0 billion, and $82.1 billion, respectively. In the next article, we’ll look at State Street’s valuation.

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