Global Head of Asset Manager & Investor Solutions
Christine Gill is a managing director for BNY Mellon and global head of Asset Manager and Investor Solutions for the Asset Servicing division. She is responsible for leading and executing the long-term strategy to drive growth in BNY Mellon’s Asset Manager segment. As part of this mandate, Christine plays a critical role in the enterprise-wide delivery of comprehensive Asset Manager and Investor solutions to the marketplace, and works to further develop long-lasting partnerships for BNY Mellon in the financial services industry.
Most recently, Christine was Head of Investor Solutions and U.S. Financial Institutions for BNY Mellon’s Asset Servicing division. Prior to this role, Christine was a managing director and a platinum client executive within BNY Mellon’s Global Client Management division. Christine also worked for Pershing LLC, a BNY Mellon company, where she was head of Relationship Management for the firm’s Managed Investments business.
BNY Mellon acquired PNC Global Investment Servicing in 2010, where Christine was a managing director and senior vice president of Strategic Product Management. During her tenure with PNC, Christine launched the firm’s inaugural managed account business and led efforts to acquire and integrate several companies. Christine was also employed by Natixis Global Asset Management, where her responsibilities included managing broker-dealer, financial advisor and investor service and marketing teams, as well as the business management and fund operations teams.
Christine graduated cum laude from Boston College, where she received a Bachelor of Science degree from the Wallace E. Carroll School of Management in Economics and Marketing. She holds Series 7 and 24 securities licenses with FINRA. Christine is currently a member of the board of directors of BNY Mellon Investment Servicing (US) Inc. and Sumday Administration, LLC, a BNY Mellon wholly owned subsidiary. She is also involved with many industry associations, previously serving as the Co-Chair of the National Investment Company Service Association (NICSA) Distribution Committee, and currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Expect Miracles Foundation and the Wall Street Women’s Alliance.