Harden continued: "We have a significant and successful institutional business in Asia, which is testament to the quality of the relationships we have built with key clients, and the investment strategies that our multi-boutique model can offer. Mark's role will be to elevate this to the next level through engaging in meaningful conversations with Asian institutional investors and collaborating with our local teams and investment boutiques around the world to ensure we are developing and delivering bespoke solutions which meet their evolving needs."Speciale's financial services career spans over 25 years, principally in business development and client service in investment management and capital markets, and he joins BNY Mellon from Capital International where he was most recently Senior Vice President, Head of Sales and Client Service, Asia-Pacific ex Japan, based in Singapore. His career started in the United States and after 11 years at various firms, he moved to Singapore in 1997 with Fischer Francis Trees & Watts to lead their business development efforts in Asia ex- Japan, before moving to Capital International in 2000.
BNY Mellon Appoints Mark Speciale As Asia-Pacific Head Of Institutional Distribution
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