Ronald P. O’Hanley

Ronald P. O’Hanley
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Ron is chairman and chief executive officer of State Street.

Ron was previously president and chief operating officer of State Street, and before that, president and chief executive officer of State Street Global Advisors, the investment management arm of State Street. He joined State Street in 2015.

Prior to State Street, Ron was president of Asset Management & Corporate Services for Fidelity Investments, responsible for Fidelity’s asset management organizations, corporate functions and enterprise technology. He served at Fidelity from 2010 to 2014.

Before joining Fidelity, Ron served as president and chief executive officer of BNY Mellon Asset Management in Boston. During this time, he also served as vice chairman of Bank of New York Mellon Corporation. Additionally, Ron oversaw all of Bank of New York Mellon's activities in Asia. Prior to the 2007 merger of Bank of New York and Mellon, he was vice chairman of Mellon Financial Corporation and president and chief executive officer of Mellon Asset Management. He served at Mellon and Bank of New York Mellon from 1997 to 2010.

Prior to Mellon, Ron was with McKinsey & Company from 1986 to 1997, and was elected a partner in 1992. He founded the Investment Management practice and was co-founder of the firm's North American Personal Financial Services practice. Additionally, he was a member of the Property & Casualty Insurance practice. During his tenure with McKinsey, Ron served in the firm’s Boston, New York and Stockholm offices.

Ron serves on the boards of Unum Corp., Beth Israel Lahey Health, ABL Space Systems, The Boston Foundation, The Ireland Funds, IYRS School of Technology and Trades, Syracuse University, WBUR, the Sustainable Markets Initiative, and the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. He is Chair of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and the Financial Services Forum.

Ron received his Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Syracuse University (Maxwell School) in 1980 and his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School in 1986.