Chief Financial Officer
Elizabeth Mann is the Chief Financial Officer for S&P Global Ratings. Elizabeth leads the finance and strategy organization for Ratings and is responsible for all financial and strategic planning, financial reporting, resource allocation and business development.
Before joining the Ratings business, Elizabeth Mann was Senior Vice President of Capital Management, which includes Tax, Treasury, Capital Allocation and Risk Management, also at S&P Global. In this capacity, Elizabeth managed S&P Global’s internal and external capital allocation frameworks, maintained the balance sheet and hedging programs, oversaw the global tax, insurance and pension functions, and partnered on the quarterly earnings process. She acted as Secretary to the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors and served on the Retirement & Pensions Investment Committee.
Prior to joining S&P Global, Elizabeth was a managing director at Goldman Sachs, where she spent twelve years primarily in Investment Banking covering M&A for technology and media companies. She advised on a number of sector-defining M&A and financing transactions and also covered the information services sector including S&P Global and its peers. She spent a year in Goldman’s Firmwide Strategy group, helping to develop the strategic direction in the first year of an incoming CEO.
Before coming to Goldman Sachs, Elizabeth was a Moore Instructor in mathematics at MIT, involved in academic research and teaching at the undergraduate and graduate level. She has a PhD from the University of Oxford and a BA from Harvard University magna cum laude, both in mathematics.