Lochiel Crafter, Executive Vice President is Head of the Global Institutional Group of State Street Global Advisors, is a member of the firm's Executive Management Group and a board member of a number of State Street Global Advisors operating entities. In his role as Head of the Global Institutional Group Lochiel has responsibility for all of State Street Global Advisors' institutional distribution efforts across the globe.
Prior to his current role, Lochiel was based in Sydney as Head of Asia Pacific, and previously Head of Investments for Asia Pacific. Before joining State Street Global Advisors in 2010, Lochiel was CEO of the Australian Reward Investment Alliance. He was also with State Street Global Advisors for seven years as regional CIO for the Asia Pacific region and has held other roles in the investment management industry.
Lochiel holds the Chartered Financial Analyst designation and is a member of CFA Institute. He received an MBA from the University of Melbourne and a BS with First Class Honours, majoring in Statistics, from the University of New South Wales.
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