Paul North

Paul North

Head of Product Management
EMEA - BNY Mellon Asset Servicing

About Paul North

Paul North is Head of Product Management across the EMEA region within BNY Mellon Asset Servicing. In this role Paul has responsibility for overseeing the enhancement and development of products that support clients across the 107 countries in the EMEA region.

Paul supports EMEA management’s development of business plans and strategies for the region and clients, as well as, engaging clients, sales and relationship management teams to improve product direction, explore new product ideas and support new product implementations. He works with product managers to develop, maintain and communicate product ‘roadmaps’ that set out BNY Mellon’s ideas and projects to maintain and enhance products. In this capacity Paul’s in depth understanding of regulatory, industry and client changes helps Asset Servicing understand the impact on current products and services.

Prior to joining BNY Mellon in early 2006, Paul was an executive within the Investment Operations business for JP Morgan Chase Worldwide Securities Services where he took a leading role in the development of its investment operations outsourcing business infrastructure.

Paul has significant experience in the financial services industry and has held various senior positions across business development, IT, operations and project management during his career to date. Notably he spent 15 years with Accenture, three of these as Partner, charged with responsibility for several major client relationships. During his tenure at Accenture Paul worked on various IT and operational architecture, change management and outsourcing projects. He also served as a partner in the asset management group.

Paul lives in Oxfordshire and holds an honors degree in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College of Science and Technology.

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