BNY Mellon has appointed the head of its treasury business to the bank’s most senior governing body.
Paul Camp, CEO of treasury services, has been appointed to the executive committee, just six months after joining the world’s largest custodian in August 2018.
“Paul’s leadership will be key in driving innovation in Treasury Services, an important business for BNY Mellon and our future growth. Paul is a strategic thinker and change agent who is passionate about improving our company,” said Charlie Scharf, chairman and CEO, BNY Mellon.
“His experience across a broad array of businesses will make him a valuable addition to our Executive Committee as we continue to focus on organic growth and evolve BNY Mellon’s capabilities to better serve our clients.”
Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Camp led global teams across cash management, trade finance and commercial payments at HSBC, JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank.
Camp continues to report to Todd Gibbons, CEO of clearing, markets and client management.
BNY Mellon Treasury Services offers its clients solutions in global payments, trade services, cash management, and foreign exchange.