Executive Vice President
Lou Maiuri is an executive vice president, responsible for leading product across the State Street enterprise (excluding State Street Global Advisors). This includes delivering on our “One State Street” vision in alignment with our front-to-back vision and strategy, ensuring that our business, operational and supporting technology investments work together to enrich our product portfolio and foster product innovation to meet our clients’ needs. He is also responsible for State Street Global Markets, State Street Global Exchange and Charles River Development. State Street Global Markets provides research and trading solutions that improve the efficient use of client capital, and State Street Global Exchange provides clients with sophisticated real-time data, analytics and electronic trading solutions that offer enhanced portfolio and risk insight, as well as improved decision-making capabilities. Charles River Development is an investment management firm that was acquired by State Street in 2018. Lou is also a member of State Street’s Management Committee, the company’s most senior strategy and policy-making team.
Lou has over 30 years of industry experience in technology and financial servicing. Most recently, he oversaw our Investment Manager Services (IMS) group. Prior to that role, Lou led Securities Finance, where he was responsible for strategic direction and operations of both the agency and principal lending program. Prior to his time at State Street, Lou was executive vice president and deputy chief executive officer of asset servicing at BNY Mellon, where he was a member of the Operating Committee. At BNY Mellon, he was also head of the global financial institutions group for asset servicing and oversaw the alternative investment services group, the ETF services group, investment management outsourcing and the asset servicing Latin American business.
Additional past roles include chief operating officer and chief executive officer of Eagle Investment Systems LLC and Fidelity Investments in the fixed income and equity investments divisions. Nearly two decades ago, Lou served as a vice president in technology at State Street.