Bank of New York Mellon Strengthens Asian Alts. Team

Dec 5 2007 | 8:26am ET

The Bank of New York Mellon has names Andrew Gordon to head up the firm’s broker-dealer and alternative investment services unit for Asia.

Gordon will begin his new role the first of the year and will report to Art Certosimo, executive vice president and global head of the unit. 

In Gordon’s new position he will be tasked with developing and expanding the firm’s alternative investment fund administration capabilities in Asia.

"Asia is one of the world's most exciting financial markets; the sheer wealth creation is extraordinary, presenting growth opportunities for us across the broad range of services we offer," said Certosimo. "We expect our business in the region to grow rapidly and Andrew's leadership role to significantly strengthen our business proposition moving forward."


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