Chief Executive Officer of Global Asset Servicing and Chairman of EMEA
Hani Kablawi is Chief Executive Officer of BNY Mellon’s Global Asset Servicing organisation and Chairman of the company’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region.
Hani’s previous BNY Mellon roles include CEO of EMEA Investment Services, CEO of EMEA Asset Servicing, and Head of EMEA Client Management.
Hani is a member of BNY Mellon’s Executive Committee, the organisation’s most senior management body. He also serves on BNY Mellon’s European and UK bank boards, and on the management committee of the London branch of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation.
Since joining The Bank of New York in 1997, Hani has held a number of client, regional and business management roles in New York, Abu Dhabi, Dubai and London. Hani previously worked for HSBC and Mashreq Bank in New York.
Hani is also a Deputy Chairman of the Advisory Council for the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum (OMFIF), the independent financial think tank for central banks and public investment.
BNY Mellon is a leading asset servicing provider, providing solutions for institutional clients to help them create, trade, hold, service, distribute and restructure investments. BNY Mellon is relied upon as a trusted partner to safeguard financial assets around the world and offers global custody and accounting services through an extensive subcustodian network. Core to this offering are automated trade processing and reconciliation, online cash availability, reporting and forecasting capabilities and foreign exchange services.
BNY Mellon has a significant presence in the EMEA region, employing more than 9,000 people across 33 locations in 19 countries. As Chairman of EMEA, Hani is responsible for fostering a strong performance and risk culture and leading regional strategy development, execution and the delivery of enterprise initiatives in the region. Key client segments serviced in the region include banks, broker-dealers, investment management firms, pension funds, insurance companies, sovereign wealth funds and central banks