Faculty & Staff
Mark A. Marinella, CFA
MBA, Marketing and Finance, Boston College
BA, Economics, University of Massachusetts Boston
Mark was an Executive Vice President of State Street Global Advisors. He was the Global CIO of Fixed Income and Currency, responsible for all fixed income and currency strategies and products as well as extending SSgA's leadership position in new innovative areas such as liability driven investments (LDI). Mark is a member of SSgA’s Executive Management Group (EMG) as well as a Senior Member of SSgA’s Investment Committee. He is also a member of State Street’s Asset Liability and Capital Committee. Mark has more than 25 years of fixed income, cash, currency, and capital markets experience.
Prior to joining State Street, Mark was head of cash management and a member of the Management Committee for BlackRock providing leadership for over $75 billion in Institutional Money Market assets and responsible for portfolio management, business development and client service. Between 2000 and 2005 he was Chief Investment Officer for State Street Research and Management, in charge of over $30 billion dollars of fixed income assets, where he provided significant leadership and is credited with delivering excellent investment results and developing an inclusive and highly customer-focused culture. Mark spent almost 10 years at CS First Boston in the fixed income sales and trading area where he was responsible for expanding CSFB's institutional fixed income business before becoming a fixed income portfolio manager in 1991.
Mark earned the Chartered Financial Analyst designation. He holds an MBA in Marketing and Finance from Boston College and a BA in Economics from the University of Massachusetts Boston.
State Street Global Advisors’ fixed income strategies include cash, passive and active approaches through eight fixed income investment centers around the world. The firm manages multiple pooled structures (ERISA, CTF, UIT, SICAV, etc.) and separate accounts. Clients include pension funds, endowments, insurance entities, mutual funds, and central banks.