As executive vice president of The Bank of New York, Brian Ruane is responsible for the Securities Industry Division, a specialized banking group. The division has responsibility for relationship management and business development for the broker-dealer and hedge fund industries. Ruane was born in Chicago and educated in Ireland. He is a graduate of theRead more..
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As executive vice president and head of global markets, Richard Mahoney is responsible for overseeing trading and sales in foreign exchanges and multicurrency interest rates, along with other duties such as currency overlay, e-commerce, and research. He began his career at The Bank of New York in April of 1993, having previously worked at Citibank,Read more..
Timothy Keaney is an executive vice president in charge of management responsibilities for all of The Bank of New York’s operations in Europe. The Washington, D.C., native has over 4,700 people who report to him from offices based in London, Dublin, Brussels, and other areas in Europe. His jurisdiction also includes The Bank of NewRead more..
As executive vice president and manager of the securities lending division at Bank of New York, Thomas Ford oversees all of the company’s lending activities, including client administration, operations, trading, and investment functions in New York, London and Hong Kong. He joined the securities lending group in 1994 and has had full responsibility for theRead more..
As the Executive Vice President of Institutional Investor Services, Pat Curtin’s decisions play a key role in determining the Bank of New York’s strategy when it comes to their investments. His responsibilities include all of the products and services for the clients, including custody, investment accounting, performance measurement, benefit disbursements, and similar value services. BeforeRead more..