BNY Mellon's Kruse on Corp Actions Complexity

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If you worked at the same company for 17 years, you would have expected to rid yourself of the ‘newbie’ stamp. But despite joining in 1994, BNY Mellon’s Marty Kruse refers to himself as ‘new’—at least when talking about corporate actions.

Last year, the experienced financial operations executive took over the company’s corporate actions group, which includes more than 700 staff worldwide. Kruse, managing director of global corporate actions, had previously run global settlements teams and worked

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