He said, "As Chairman of BNY
Mellon Pennsylvania, I look forward to engaging with the Pittsburgh business community as an advocate for our business and employees in the region." He has extensive experience leading business development activities in financial services.
Mellon Corporate Trust has also named Jose Elias Sahab to its Global America sales team as head of Sales, Mexico and Colombia.
After 9/11 and the loss of its operations at One Wall Street, 100 Church St., and 101 Barclay, BNY
dispersed employees into temporary space throughout New York City.
He joins BNY
Mellon from Tse Capital Management, a New York-based hedge fund, where he was director of research, overseeing currencies and fixed income exposures globally.
It titled, "Rethinking the Client Payment Experience." From an executive thought leadership perspective, BNY
Mellon published six executive points of view featuring Samir Pandiri, Tom Casteleyn, Saket Sharma, Mike Bellacosa, Edmund Esch and Robert Mathisen.
Mellon plans to expand its Beijing and Shanghai operations and increase its local employment in the future as it looks to build or acquire complementary local capabilities.
Mellon is the corporate brand of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (NYSE:BK).
Mellon gained market share in 2015, as its share of the number of transactions rose 9.4 percentage points and its share of the volume of the issuances increased 13.8 percentage points from 2014.
Mellon is to acquire BHF Asset Servicing from BHF-BANK Aktiengesellschaft and Sal.