Eric L.  Veiel, CFA

Eric L. Veiel, CFA, Head of Global Equity and CIO

  • B.A., James Madison University
  • M.B.A., Washington University

Eric Veiel is head of Global Equity and chief investment officer. He is chair of the Investment Management Steering Committee and a member of the Management Committee, the Equity Steering Committee, the International Steering Committee, the Multi-Asset Steering Committee, the Product Steering Committee, and the Management Compensation and Development Committee. He also is the executive sponsor of WAVE, T. Rowe Price’s business resource group whose mission is to support the firm by increasing its ability to attract, develop, advance, and retain talented and principled women.

Eric’s investment experience began in 1999, and he has been with T. Rowe Price since 2005, beginning in the Equity Division as an investment analyst covering life insurance companies, asset managers, money-centered banks, and investment banks. From 2010 to 2014, he was the portfolio manager of the Financial Services Equity Strategy and the financial services sector team leader. After that, he was a co-director of Equity Research for North America and co-portfolio manager of the US Equity Structured Research Strategy. Most recently, he was co-head of Global Equity and head of U.S. Equity. Prior to T. Rowe Price, he spent six years as a sell-side equity analyst, covering health insurers and pharmacy benefit managers at Wachovia Securities, Deutsche Bank Securities, and A.G. Edwards & Sons.

Eric earned a B.B.A., magna cum laude, in finance from James Madison University and an M.B.A., with concentrations in finance and accounting, from Washington University in St. Louis, John M. Olin School of Business, where he was a Charles F. Knight Scholar. Eric also has earned the Chartered Financial Analyst® designation.

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  • Years at T. Rowe Price17
  • Years investment experience23
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