Sal Cucchiara

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Morgan Stanley
Chief Information Officer ofWealth Management Technology

Sal Cucchiara is a Managing Director and the Chief Information Officer of Wealth Management Technology for Morgan Stanley, which includes advisor, self-directed and workplace channels. He is responsible for the IT strategy as well as the design, development, delivery, and support of highly commercial systems that drive growth for all Wealth Management business lines.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 2016, Sal spent 20 years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, where he was the Chief Information Officer and Head of the Wealth & Banking Solutions Technology organization.

Sal is a member of the Wealth Management Operating Committee. He is a Board Member of the Wall Street Technology Association, in addition to serving on the New York CIO Advisory Board, the Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC), the Year Up Advisory Board, and the board of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT). In 2020, he received a New York CIO of the Year Award.

Sal has an MBA from Fordham with a concentration in Information Systems, and a B.S. in Computer Science from the University of Scranton.

He is married (wife Jessica) with two boys, Jack (21) and Bennett (9).

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