The German bank has made a multiple changes to its securities services and agency lending global leadership over the past year.
The two hires rounds of a string of top appointments the US bank has made for its global securities services business this year.
Standard Chartered's former global head of sales and head of securities services for the Americas has left and joined New York-based METACO.
Gallagher, who was named on of GC’s 30 People to Shape the Future last year, has taken on a new role within the bank' s wider US investment bank business.
Responsibilities for JP Morgan's US custody and ETF product development will be taken on by the bank's head of global custody.
The appointment is the latest high-profile hire for BNY Mellon’s North America asset servicing business, where it is implementing a new look to the team.
BNY Mellon has poached State Street's former head of global client solutions to lead asset servicing sales in the Americas.
The new role will involve being responsible for helping drive China sales growth from Americas buy-side clients.
Burns will be responsible for overseeing client service and setting the strategic direction for its investment manager clients in the region.
The appointment is the latest for MUFG’s sales team following a senior managerial reshuffle.