Bridget Engle Named New CIO Of BNY Mellon

By Peter High, published on Forbes


Bridget Engle has been named Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of BNY Mellon a global investments company which provides investment management and investment services in 35 countries and more than 100 markets with $30.6 trillion in assets under custody and/or administration, and $1.7 trillion in assets under management. Engle will take responsibility of the company’s Client Technology Solutions group, which provides critical technology platforms and applications that support BNY Mellon’s role as the leading provider of technology solutions to the financial markets. She will be responsible for setting the strategic direction and execution of the firm’s technology agenda. This includes advancing the firm’s NEXEN digital investment platform, investing in and integrating industry leading applications, accelerating its digital and agile development efforts, and attracting and developing top IT talent.

Engle has spent the past 30 years at companies like AT&T, Lehman Brothers, Barclays Capital, DTCC, and Bank of America. She will succeed Suresh Kumar, who has held the CIO role for over five years, and who will depart at the end of July.

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