State Street Corporation, known as State Street, is an American worldwide financial services company. State Street was founded in 1792 and is the second oldest financial institution in the United States of America. It is one of the largest asset management companies in the world with $2.78 trillion (USD) under management and $33.12 trillion (USD) under custody and administration, which represents 11% of the world's total financial assets. State Street is a Fortune 500 company with headquarters at One Lincoln Street in Boston and has offices in 30 countries around the world. At the 2011 G20 Summit in Cannes, France heads of governments/heads of states gathered to discuss the stability of worldwide financial markets. At the G20, State Street was adjudged one of the 29 top systemic financial institutions in the world too crucial to fail, which were deemed critically important to the health of the Global Economy. State Street is organized into 2 divisions: Investment Servicing and Investment Management. The State Street Bank and Trust Company (Global Services) business is a custodian bank. The State Street Global Advisors (Global Advisors) business provides investment management services including investment research and trading services to institutional investors. The company is named after State Street in Boston, which was known as the "Great Street to the Sea" in the 18th century as Boston became a flourishing maritime capital.