Bank of New York Mellon Corp. on Thursday appointed two of its executive vice presidents to posts overseeing client management in the U.S. and Europe.
Frank Froud was named head of client management for the U.S. He previously had been responsible for client management in Europe, and is relocating from London to New York for his new role.
Hani Kablawi will take over responsibility for European client management. Hani retains his role as chairman of Middle East and Africa, and will be relocating to London from Dubai.
Froud and Kablawai will report to Tim Keaney, senior executive vice president and head of global client management.
BNY Mellon's client management supports about 200 of the financial service company's franchise clients around the world.