Matthew Steinaway is a Senior Managing Director of State Street Global Advisors and is the Chief Investment Officer of the firm's Global Fixed Income, Currency and Cash Group. In this role, he oversees a team of approximately 120 professionals managing more than US$823BN of assets across active, smart beta and passive strategies for fixed income, cash and currency portfolios. Matt joined the company in 2003 and has more than 25 years of credit and investment experience. He is also a member of State Street Global Advisors' Executive Management Group and Investment Committee.
Prior to his current role, Matt was the Chief Risk Officer for State Street Global Advisors where he was responsible for all investment, credit, and operational risks across State Street Global Advisors' global investment platform. He also previously was the Head of Global Cash Management, where he oversaw the global investment activities of short duration and money investment strategies and has served in leadership roles in the firm's Cash and Fixed Income research efforts.
Matt has a BA in Philosophy from Saint Anselm College, graduated with an MBA from Bentley College and has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation.
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