Bank of New York Mellon Corp. has appointed heads of client management for the United States and Europe.
Frank Froud, an executive vice president for Bank of New York Mellon, was promoted to head of client management for the U.S. Froud, who previously oversaw client management in Europe, is moving to New York for the new post. Hani Kablawi, who is also an executive vice president, will take over European client management.
Kablawi will retain his role as chairman of Middle East and Africa and will move to London from Dubai.
Froud and Hani will report to Tim Keaney, the senior executive vice president and head of global client management for Bank of New York Mellon. Global Client Management supports approximately 200 of Bank of New York Mellon's franchise clients globally.
Bank of New York Mellon had $22.1 trillion of assets under custody and administration and $966 billion under management on Sept. 30.