As the Executive Vice President of Institutional Investor Services, Pat Curtin’s decisions play a key role in determining the Bank of New York’s strategy when it comes to their investments. His responsibilities include all of the products and services for the clients, including custody, investment accounting, performance measurement, benefit disbursements, and similar value services.
Before Curtin took on this role at the Bank of New York, which he joind in 1997, he served as the Global Head of the Insurance Industry Division.
Curtin earned a BA in economics from Baruch College in Manhattan, and received his MBA in finance with distinction from Long Island University. Between 1994-96, he was an adjunct at the University of Bridgeport, where he taught economics in the business school to foreign students studying for an MBA.
A second-generation Irish American with roots in Knocknagoshel, County Kerry, Curtin supports the United Way of New York City, the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital, and is a member of the American Ireland Fund. He is married with two children.