Source: BNY Mellon
BNY Mellon, the global leader in investment management and investment services, today announced a reorganization of its Asset Servicing management team.
Vince Sands is named as deputy CEO of BNY Mellon Asset Servicing reporting to Tim Keaney, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of BNY Mellon Asset Servicing.
Samir Pandiri, previously CEO of BNY Mellon Shareowner Services replaces Mr Sands as Head of the America's Asset Servicing business and will report to him.
Lou Maiuri, previously head of outsourcing is named as head of the Global Financial Institutions business.
Maiuri takes over from Nadine Chakar who becomes Global Head of BNY Mellon's Derivatives360(sm) business. Chakar will report to Karen Peetz, Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Financial Markets and Treasury Services at BNY Mellon.
Hani Kablawi is named as Head of EMEA Asset Servicing*, replacing Frank Froud who is leaving the company. Kablawi has recently acted as head of Client Management for the EMEA region.
Both Maiuri and Kablawi will report to Tim Keaney. Chong Jin Leow, Head of Asia Pacific Asset Servicing, will continue to report to Keaney.
Tim Keaney said: "These changes will enable us to have a more focused and streamlined approach to building our business and delivering excellent client service in a rapidly changing economic environment. Vince, Samir, Lou and Hani all have terrific experience within our company and deep knowledge of the asset servicing business. We have excellent bench strength in our management team, and I am looking forward to working with all of them to design and deliver the best and most innovative solutions and services to our clients around the world.
"We are grateful to Frank for his contribution to the company and to Nadine for her leadership within the Asset Servicing business over the past decade. Both have played an important role in the successful integration of The Bank of New York and Mellon Financial Corp. following our merger in 2007, and we wish them all the best for the future."