03 January 2018
Reporter: Jenna Lomax

BNY Mellon hires Dennis Presburg

BNY Mellon has named Dennis Presburg as the new head of asset servicing business development for Northern Europe.

Presburg will report to Ileana Sodani, head of Europe Middle East and Africa business development and asset servicing.

Presburg will focus on business development for firm’s asset servicing business across Northern Europe, including leading asset servicing sales in Germany.

He will also lead a team, which includes new appointments Holger Hoch and Isabel Zeuch.

Prior to BNY Mellon, Presburg spent ten years at State Street, as well as serving in client development roles at Northern Trust and KAS Bank.

Sodani said: “Dennis Presburg has a strong track record working with asset owners and institutional investors across Northern Europe.”

“These are key markets for BNY Mellon, and his appointment underlines our commitment to both providing an exceptional client experience and our growth ambitions across the region.”

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