BNY Mellon has hired Gesa Benda as Global Collateral Services (GCS) product segment manager for clearing houses, and she will be based in Frankfurt.
Benda will be in charge of managing clearing house relationships and expand BNY's presence in Europe for its GCS unit. Benda was previously with Eurex, where she was head of derivatives clearing business development.
"Gesa brings with her a wealth of knowledge and a proven ability to manage key relationships and drive growth, which will be invaluable as we execute our global business strategies," says Staffan Ahlner, managing director, Global Collateral Services at BNY Mellon. "We want GCS to be the first port of call for all of our client's collateral needs through an approach that is at once global in scope and tailored to their specific regional requirements. Gesa's notable experience will greatly contribute to our success in meeting that goal."
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