Financial services giant BNY Mellon poached from a competitor Monday when it announced the hiring of Robin Vince as vice chair and CEO of Global Market Infrastructure.
Vince, whose appointment is effective Oct. 1, will report to BNY Mellon CEO Todd Gibbons and join the bank’s executive committee. Vince will have oversight of BNY Mellon’s Clearance and Collateral Management, Treasury Services, Markets, and Pershing businesses.
Vince joins BNY Mellon from Goldman Sachs, where he previously served as chief risk officer. At the end of 2019, Vince transitioned to a senior director role at Goldman to pave the way for his intended retirement. Brian Lee was announced as his replacement as chief risk officer.
“BNY Mellon is an historic institution with a rich legacy and reputation for serving as a trusted steward for the global financial markets, and I’m excited to help build on that legacy going forward,” Vince said in a press release.
Vince had been at Goldman since 1994 and previously served as CEO of Goldman Sachs International Bank, among other leadership roles.