BNY Mellon has appointed Nisha Pereira as vice president and senior relationship manager in India. Pereira will report to Aneish Kumar, head of treasury services for the Indian sub-continent. Located in Mumbai, Pereira will be responsible for supporting the continued growth of the company’s treasury services business throughout the Indian sub-continent focusing on cash management and trade finance.
Pereira’s career spans more than 18 years, during which time she has held a number of senior management positions in the fields of treasury services and corporate finance at Bank of America. In her most recent position as vice president – global product solutions, Pereira was responsible for revenue growth in north and west India for banks and non-bank financial institutions.
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