Steve McCoy serves as State Treasurer for Georgia, after being appointed to that position by the State Depository Board in November 2011. McCoy previously served as the deputy state treasurer and chief investment officer from August 2010 until November 2011. He is responsible for the management of approximately $11 billion of state and local government investments and oversight of the state's banking relationships as well as the Path2College 529 Plan. He currently serves on the boards of the state pension funds, the Georgia Financing and Investment Commission, the State Depository Board, the State Properties Commission and the Georgia Building Authority.
From 1993-97, McCoy served as the director of the Office of Treasury & Fiscal Services (now the Office of the State Treasurer). McCoy also served as executive director of the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority from 1992-93.
From 1997-2010, he founded and managed an SEC registered investment advisory firm serving state and local governments. Prior to joining the state in 1993, McCoy spent 11 years in investment banking specializing in municipal finance.
McCoy earned a BBA in finance from the University of Georgia and an MBA from Georgia State University. He has served on the boards of several charitable foundations and is an active member of the Church of the Apostles in Atlanta. McCoy and his wife have been married 34 years and have two children.