Anna Paglia Joins State Street Global Advisors to Lead ETF and Indexing Business

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State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) has appointed Anna Paglia as Executive Vice President to head its exchange-traded fund (ETF) and indexing business lines. Paglia brings extensive experience from her previous role at Invesco, where she oversaw the launch of over 100 ETFs during her tenure. At SSGA, she will be responsible for developing a long-term growth strategy, focusing on expanding the global ETF and indexing business lines. Paglia will report directly to SSGA CEO Yie-Hsin Hung.

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Under her leadership, Invesco experienced substantial growth in its ETF business, and her departure has led to Brian Hartigan being named as Invesco’s interim Global Head of ETFs. While at Invesco, Paglia also played a key role in the firm’s partnership with Galaxy Digital, collaborating on a spot bitcoin ETF filing, which is currently awaiting approval from the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).

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