Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer
Bridget E. Engle is Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer for BNY Mellon. She is a member of the company’s Executive Committee.
Bridget leads the company’s Technology group, which provides critical technology platforms and applications that support BNY Mellon’s role as the leading provider of technology solutions to the financial markets. She is responsible for setting the strategic direction and execution of the firm’s technology agenda, which includes guiding the firm’s $2.7 billion in 2018 technology investments to support resiliency, cybersecurity and innovative digital solutions, and attracting and developing top IT talent.
Most recently, Bridget was the Global Commercial Banking & Markets Technology executive for Bank of America, where she led a global team providing end-to-end technology solutions and support for its Global Banking and Global Markets businesses. Prior to that role, Bridget was Bank of America’s Consumer Banking Technology & Operations chief information officer, where she led a team that transformed the online and mobile banking platforms to serve the needs of more than 48 million consumer and small business relationships.
Bridget joined Bank of America in 2010 from Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC) where she was managing director and chief technology officer responsible for overseeing critical application and technology infrastructure, including core networking services, processing and messaging systems, distributed systems and business continuity.
Prior to this, she spent 19 years at Lehman Brothers and held numerous technology management positions including chief information officer and global head of business continuity, chief technology officer and managing director and global head of e-Commerce technology. Before joining Lehman Brothers, Bridget worked in various technical capacities for AT&T Bell Laboratories.
In 2013, Bank Systems and Technology named Bridget as one of the “2013 Elite 8” bank technology leaders. She was also named in 2007 as one of the “100 Most Influential Women in NYC Business” by Crain’s New York Business and has been noted as one of technology’s “Top Power Women” by Forbes.com.