Raynald D. Lévèque is a senior finance executive with two decades of combined traditional and alternative asset management, risk management and quantitative investment experience supported by a strong foundation in technology.
Mr. Lévèque is currently a Vice President at the Bank of New York Mellon, responsible for managing strategic, financial, risk and regulatory projects for the $4.1B Asset Servicing business.
Mr. Lévèque previously was the Head of Asset Allocation for the $190B NYS Common Retirement Fund (Office of the State Comptroller), responsible for the planning and guidance of the strategic asset allocation of the fund as well as overseeing the fund’s approach to integrating investment research insights into the allocation process. He joined the Common Retirement Fund as the Director of Risk Management, establishing the first-ever risk management program for the fund.
Earlier in his career, Mr. Lévèque was a quantitative investment professional for the OppenheimerFunds Main Street Team, which managed $16B across three US mutual fund products using disciplined quantitative alpha strategies.
Mr. Lévèque earned his bachelor’s degree from the Rochester Institute of Technology, and his MBA from Fordham University.