BNY Mellon has made changes to its Markets Group following the departure of Michelle Neal, CEO of that group, who has joined RBC.Based in New York, Neal will start her new position as head of RBC’s US FICC business in June and will report into Jonathan Hunter, global head of FICC at the bank.“In this role, Michelle will be responsible for providing strategic leadership to our US FICC business in partnership with our global product, sales and regional heads. She will have oversight for all strategic and execution-related aspects of the business, including ensuring that we continue to expand RBC’s footprint and client franchise, that we manage our performance and risks effectively and that we continue to build and retain a team of top talent to strengthen our U.S. franchise.
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BNY Mellon has appointed Michelle Neal, CEO of BNY Mellon Markets Group, to the company’s Executive Committee.
“Michelle’s leadership experience and her expertise across the entire spectrum of Markets’ activities will be a valuable addition to our Executive Committee. 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,” says Gerald Hassell, CEO of BNY Mellon.
Neal joined the company in the fourth quarter of 2015, after leaving Deutsche Bank, where she was the global head of listed derivatives, markets clearing and fixed income market structure.