Executive Vice President
As an executive vice president at State Street, David Crawford leads a number of regulatory-related endeavors for the Office of Regulatory Initiatives (ORI), including intraday liquidity, Volcker Rule conformance, risk data aggregation and reporting, and Enterprise Content Management Solutions and Third-Party Risk Management.
Previously, Mr. Crawford was head of State Street’s Global Transaction Banking Services, overseeing the daily processing of all cash and securities-related activities worldwide. In this role, he was responsible for derivatives servicing, cash movement, securities settlement, corporate actions, tax and transaction processing. He also had overall responsibility for State Street’s relationships with central securities depositories and agent banks throughout the 110 markets where our clients invest. The Asset Manager Services group, a dedicated team of relationship managers who ensure investment managers’ satisfaction with State Street’s custody services, also reported to Mr. Crawford. These services are delivered by professionals from multiple operating centers around the globe.
Before that, Mr. Crawford was director of Financial Information Services, responsible for providing accounting, transaction processing, and related services to the company’s institutional investor services clients. His extensive industry experience includes 11 years in various capacities at The Boston Company/Mellon Trust. He joined State Street in 1982.
Mr. Crawford is a board member of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC). He is a former member of the Omgeo Advisory Group and the SWIFT US National Group. He also served on the New York Federal Reserve sponsored Payments Risk Committee.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in management from the University of Massachusetts, Boston and a Master of Business Administration from Babson College.