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Bank of New York (BK) Appoints Roman Regelman as CEO of Securities Services and Digital

April 25, 2022 10:30 AM EDT

The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (NYSE: BK) announced today that Roman Regelman, Chief Executive Officer of Asset Servicing, will also assume leadership of the Issuer Services business, effective immediately. Mr. Regelman, a member of the Executive Committee, will continue to lead Digital for BNY Mellon. Current Issuer Services CEO Francis (Frank) J. La Salla will join The Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) in June and become the President and CEO later this year.

Mr. Regelman's appointment further enhances the bank's mission to create synergistic opportunities to build global scale and infrastructure for all asset types, expand access to capital around the world and further enable a resilient, capital markets ecosystem.

BNY Mellon CEO-elect Robin Vince said, "Roman's experience, particularly as Head of Digital, will be a valuable addition to the Issuer Services leadership team as we steer Corporate Trust and Depositary Receipts into the future."

Mr. Regelman commented "BNY Mellon sits at the intersection of trust and innovation, and we embrace this responsibility with great accountability, transparency and integrity. I am looking forward to continuing to help clients bridge the traditional-digital divide."

BNY Mellon CEO Todd Gibbons said, "Frank has a long legacy at BNY Mellon, and we are grateful for his leadership. We are proud that a distinguished member of our team will lead the next chapter at DTCC."

Mr. Regelman joined BNY Mellon in 2018 as Head of Digital, responsible for setting the strategic direction for the firm's digital future and investments in client and internal digital capabilities, including digital assets and data solutions. He was named CEO of Asset Servicing in 2020.



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