BNY Mellon Taps New Luxembourg Alternatives Sales Head

Jan 25 2012 | 8:02am ET

Bank of New York Mellon Corp. has appointed Brian McMahon as its senior alternative industry facing executive in Luxembourg.

McMahon, whose title will be managing director, business development executive, has a background in private equity and real estate, and will develop the firm’s EMEA business relationships in these sectors. McMahon previously held investment services posts at Citi and State Street.

The company has also promoted Valeria Anderson to senior salesperson, vice president, in the company’s London alternative investment services business development team. Anderson has 14 years’ experience in financial services, six with BNY Mellon -- first in the Paris office and most recently as a relationship manager for AIS in London. Anderson is focusing on developing the company’s business with fund of hedge funds, managed account and UCITS platforms and to expanding the company’s business in France.

Both Anderson and McMahon report to Marina Lewin, global head of business development for AIS.


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