Bob Kelly Says Good-Bye To BNY Mellon


Apparently he and the board had a difference of opinion on how the place should be run.

BNY Mellon named President Gerald L. Hassell to the additional titles of chairman and chief executive, succeeding Robert P. Kelly, who is stepping down due to "differences in approach to managing the company."

No word on what Kelly's plans for the future are but perhaps Bank of America is interested, assuming they weren't burned too hard by his public rejections last time around.



One should be plenty, thanks. Joe Mabel [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

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