Areas of Expertise
- Goals-based investing strategy and implementation
- Global investment strategy and growth
- Global Asset Management Distribution
- SEI Investments Distribution Co. (SIDCO)
Kevin Barr is an Executive Vice President of SEI and Head of the Investment Management Unit. Kevin has been with us for more than 18 years, in leadership roles in the advisory and banking industry. He has also served as President and CEO of SEI Investments Distribution Co. (SIDCO), a role in which he was responsible for the strategy and performance of our FINRA registered broker-dealer.
Kevin’s background also includes six years as Executive Vice President and CFO of Irwin Union Bank, headquartered in the Midwest. In this position he was responsible for heading up the bank’s wholly owned brokerage, trust, and insurance entities. Prior to that, he spent more than six years as a Senior Consulting Manager for the National Financial Services Consulting Unit of Deloitte & Touche.
Kevin received his Bachelor of Science from Cornell University and his Master of Science from Purdue University.
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Recent Articles from Kevin Barr
War’s consequences spur inflation to new highs Investors faced difficult conditions on multiple fronts during the first quarter of 2022.
Third Quarter Global Investment Review: Market Slips Into Fall We believe the recent gloom about flagging economic growth is a bit overdone and that perceptions will shift for the better
Asset Allocation: Low-volatility Equities Why low-volatility equities play a key role in our strategies