Ronald Logue: Chair and CEO, State Street Corportation

Ronald E. Logue holds a BS and an MBA from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College, and he is currently chair and chief executive officer at State Street Corporation in Boston, MA, where he began in 1990 as senior vice president and head of investment servicing for US mutual funds. One of Logue’s accomplishments at State Street is overseeing the integration of Deutsche Bank’s Global Securities Services business. In addition to his financial services career at State Street, Logue also serves on the boards of the Metropolitan Boston Housing partnership, a low-income housing assistance program; the United Way of Massachusetts Bay; the Institute of Contemporary Art; and Boston’s Museum of Fine Art. Also, Logue serves as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.

Helen Smith
8 years 5 months ago
I realize that America is a Jesuit sponsored magazine. But, come now, are the only ethical business leaders graduates of Jesuit Universities?

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