BNY Mellon, specialists in asset management and securities servicing, has appointed Mark Fenner as head of relationship management and sales for treasury services across the Middle East and Africa region. Based out of Dubai, Fenner will lead teams of relationship and sales officers in Beirut, Cairo, Dubai, Istanbul and Johannesburg.
Fenner, who joined BNY Mellon in 2000, has over 18 years of international banking experience in the Europe, Middle East And Africa (EMEA) region and was previously responsible for client management across Switzerland and Liechtenstein. Prior to transferring to the company’s Europe division, he was based in New York as a client executive in the Middle East and Africa division. Fenner joined BNY Mellon from Bank of America, where he held a variety of roles within the corporate and investment banking group, including Middle East structured finance origination
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