Chairman and CEO of Fiduciary Trust Company International, Anne Tatlock heads one of the oldest global investment firms in the U.S., a position she will retire from this fall.
With 40 years’ experience in managing assets, she began her career at Smith Barney & Co., where she stayed for 22 years before joining Fiduciary in 1984. She also serves as director of Fortune Brands, Inc. and Merck & Company, Inc.
Tatlock received her master’s degree in economics from New York University after earning her bachelor’s from Vassar College, where she serves as a trustee and chairman of the Investment Committee. She is also a member of Franklin Templeton’s Office of the Chairman and Board of Directors and serves as a trustee of the American Ballet Theatre Foundation, as chairman of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and as trustee of the Mayo Foundation and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. This year she became a trustee of the The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation, a not-for-profit builder of the planned 9/11 memorial and the memorial museum. Tatlock is first-generation Irish American and both of her parents were born in Ireland; her father in Enniskillen, County Fermanagh and her mother from Ballyragget, County Kilkenny.