Dan Draper was named CEO of S&P Dow Jones Indices, effective June 15.
Mr. Draper will replace Alexander Matturri, who is retiring after 13 years, a news release by the index provider said.
Based in New York City, Mr. Draper will report to Douglas Peterson, president and CEO of parent company S&P Global.
"We are very fortunate to add Dan to our executive team and have him lead our index business, which is the world's foremost provider of financial market benchmarks, data and research," Mr. Peterson said. "Dan's leadership experience, innovative mindset, approach to customers, and commitment to excellence is essential to maintaining and growing our unique role in the capital markets," he added.
Mr. Draper will serve as managing director and global head of exchange traded funds at broker dealer and distribution firm Invesco Distributors Inc. until June 14.
"We are very appreciative of Dan's significant contributions to our highly successful global ETF business. We have been actively searching for the next global leader for this business, and expect to make an announcement soon," Andrew Schlossberg, senior managing director and head of Americas for Invesco, said in an email.