BNY Mellon, an investment management and investment services firm, has appointed Jeffrey Horowitz as head of sales and relationship management for BNY Mellon Treasury Services in North America.
A 24-year veteran of global transaction services, Horowitz will be responsible for sales and relationship management activities for clients in North America across all of the treasury services market segments that BNY Mellon serves, including banks, asset managers, broker dealers, insurance, health care and large corporates.
Previously head of the sales and relationship management for North American financial institutions, Horowitz has served as a member of the BNY Mellon Treasury Services sales and client management leadership team for the past seven years. In addition to his service with BNY Mellon, he also has held senior treasury services positions with Standard Chartered and ABN Amro in the US and Europe.
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