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BNY Mellon Pershing CEO Steps Down

BNY Mellon Pershing CEO Lisa Dolly will step down as CEO on July 1, when COO Jim Crowley will take over. Dolly will serve as chairwoman of Pershing through December. Dolly began work at Pershing in 1988, she has been in CEO for about three years, after working as COO for about the same length of time. During his career, Crowley has worked in different fields, including a role on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange before working on marketing and business development. Before being tapped as COO about two years ago, Crowley served as Pershing’s Chief Relationship Officer. He joined the firm as a trainee in 1982.

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