State Street Corp.’s new top executive said that he expects the company will double its non-U.S. revenue over the next five years as large trust banks continue to eye opportunities overseas as domestic markets slowly recover.

“Inherently, we see greater growth potential outside of the United States,” said Joseph L. Hooley, the Boston company’s chief operating officer, who will become its chief executive officer on March 1 when Ronald E. Logue, its chairman and chief executive officer, retires.

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