Head of Relationship Development in the Americas
Tracy Nickl is Head of Relationship Development for Asset Servicing in the Americas (Canada, U.S. and Latin America). Appointed to that position on February 1, 2016, she is leveraging in her Asset Servicing role experience she gained as a senior executive with BNY Mellon's Platinum Client Team overseeing strategic partnerships and service delivery with a select group of key global clients.
A member of BNY Mellon's Operating Committee, she has held a number of progressively senior roles at BNY Mellon. Before being appointed to the Platinum Client Team, Tracy was the Executive Director of Sales for BNY Mellon's Wealth Management Group. As the head of sales, her focus was on sales force expansion; implementing best practices on a global basis; identifying emerging growth opportunities and new distribution channels to strategically position the Wealth Management Group for success.
Tracy began her career at BNY Mellon in Southern California, where she oversaw the wealth management development strategies and teams in Century City, Los Angeles and Newport Beach. Before joining BNY Mellon, Tracy was director of Wells Fargo’s Family Wealth Group, Southern California overseeing clients with $50 Million or more in net worth. In addition, at Wells Fargo, Tracy was responsible for the Portfolio Management and Trust Team in Beverly Hills, and headed product management for the Private Bank.
Over her 30-plus-year career, she has held a variety of sales and management roles at a number of major companies, including Northern Trust, Bausch & Lomb, and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts. She earned a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and management from Simmons College and a master of business administration from Boston College and is a Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA).
Tracy serves on the Board of Trustees for Providence Little Company of Mary Hospital Foundation. She is also on the Board of Managers for the Ketchum Downtown YMCA. Tracy is a member of The Community Council for Excellence, Villa Esperanza Services in Pasadena; as well as a member of the Palos Verdes Women’s Club and Las Madrecitas, which supports the Orthopedic Institute for Children.