Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer,
Global Equity Beta Solutions, State Street Global Advisors
John Tucker is executive vice president and chief investment officer of Global Equity Beta Solutions for State Street Global Advisors. He oversees a team of approximately 80 portfolio managers and analysts globally, and more than 1,400 portfolios with approximately US$2 trillion in assets across all equity index and smart beta strategies. He joined State Street in 1988.
John also oversees State Street Global Advisors' Equity Trading team, which transacts almost US$3 trillion annually, and the Company Stock Group, which manages fiduciary transactions and company stock investments. In addition, John is a Director of the State Street Global Advisors Trust Company, a member of the State Street Global Advisors Investment Committee and member of State Street Global Advisors' Executive Management Group.
Prior to this role, John was chief operating officer for Investments, also at State Street Global Advisors, where he was deeply engaged in many of the firm's IT transformation efforts. In this role, John promoted operational efficiencies and worked towards implementing new technology for certain trading processes, while streamlining the overall number of systems within our global platform. John's team was also responsible for portfolio oversight, model validation and transaction cost analysis functions, globally. Before that, John was co-head of Index Equity Strategies in North America responsible for overseeing the management of all equity index strategies and Exchange Traded Funds managed in North America, and formerly head of the Equity Index group in State Street Global Advisors’ London office.
John received a Bachelor of Arts from Trinity College and a Master of Science in finance from Boston College. He has also earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of the CFA Society Boston and the CFA Institute.
Outside of work, John is a Trustee at Shore Country Day School in Beverly, Massachusetts.