BNY Mellon Asset Servicing has hired Peter Craft as the new head of its trustee and depositary business within the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region. He will join the company later this year.
Craft was formerly head of its trustee and depositary services at The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), responsible for RBS’ trustee/management company service to the UK, Luxembourg and Dublin. He had been with RBS since 1974.
Craft’s appointment follows the recent hiring of Pat Hobbs, formerly head of UK sales at RBS (Luxembourg), who joined BNY Mellon’s trustee and depositary business as head of sales and client management in June.
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