BoNY Mellon CEO Robert Kelly steps down


BoNY Mellon CEO Robert Kelly steps down

BoNY Mellon CEO Robert Kelly steps down

Aug 31 (Reuters) –

Bank of New York Mellon Corp said Robert Kelly, who has held the company’s top job since 2008, has stepped down as chairman and chief executive officer, following differences in approach to managing the company.

The company, one of the world’s largest custody banks, said it named board member Gerald Hassell as chairman and CEO, effective immediately.


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One Response to “BoNY Mellon CEO Robert Kelly steps down”

  1. truly says:

    Is “steps down” the same as “ducks for cover?’ Hope he’ll still be able to make hinmself available. We might have some questions ONLY HE can answer.


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