Bank of New York Mellon has named James Wiener chief risk officer.
His appointment at the $337 billion-asset bank takes effect Nov. 24. He will report directly to Gerald Hassell, BNY Mellon's chairman and chief executive.
He was also made a senior executive vice president at the bank.
Weiner most recently worked as a senior partner at Oliver Wyman, where he focused on helping banks plan for the Federal Reserve's comprehensive capital analysis reviews. He joined the consulting firm in 1994.
Weiner succeeds Brian Rogan, who plans to retire at the end of the year.