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BNY Mellon appoints John Gannon head of business development for Banking Transaction Services

30 January 2014  |  1685 views  |  0 Source: BNY Mellon

BNY Mellon, a global leader in Investment management and investment services, has appointed John Gannon head of business development for Banking Transaction Services (BTS).

Reporting to Jeff Horowitz, managing director and head of North American sales & relationship management for BNY Mellon's Treasury Services group, Gannon will focus on growing BTS in North America and expanding its scope to support clients on a global basis.

BTS is a comprehensive suite of payment outsourcing services that enable brokerage firms and other providers of wealth and asset management services to offer banking solutions, including debit cards, bill-pay, rewards programs, and other value added solutions.

"The successful integration of BNY Mellon's treasury services capabilities with the extensive array of banking transaction services we acquired as part of Global Investment Servicing several years ago has been a win-win for us and for BNY Mellon's investment services clients," said Jeff Horowitz. "John's experience in our industry and familiarity with the needs of BNY Mellon's largest and most sophisticated clients make him the ideal leader to build on our momentum in the BTS space and help us deliver our capabilities on a global basis."

Gannon joined BNY Mellon in 1998, serving since then in a series of increasingly responsible management positions in operations, product management and sales & relationship management. In 2013 he was appointed business executive for BNY Mellon's Treasury Services business; in that position he played a leadership role in the delivery of treasury services to top-tier clients across the BNY Mellon enterprise.

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