02 June 2017
New York
Reporter: Stephanie Palmer
BNY Mellon boosts Markets CEO to executive committee position
Michelle Neal, CEO of BNY Mellon Markets, is set to join the bank’s executive committee.

Having joined BNY Mellon Markets in Q4 2015, Neal has been credited with leading the team in the delivery of a suite of new solutions and services to help clients access capital, financing and liquidity.

BNY Mellon Markets products cover the likes of securities finance, collateral management and segregation, and prime brokerage services.

Gerald Hassell, CEO of BNY Mellon, said: "Michelle Neal's leadership experience and her expertise across the entire spectrum of BNY Mellon Markets's activities will be a valuable addition to our executive committee.”

He added: “BNY Mellon Markets continues to be a significant growth area for the company as our clients look to us for solutions to help them navigate the changing regulatory and market landscape."

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