Bank of New York Mellon Corp, one of the world’s largest custody banks, has appointed Kirsten E. Sandberg as its newest Senior Wealth Manager to its wealth management unit, according to information made public on her LinkedIn profile.
In her new role as the Senior Wealth Manager at Bank of NY Mellon, she will be reporting to the bank’s Senior Director David Sivel, where she will be based out of the Central Pennsylvania and Maryland area.
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Ms. Sandberg joins BNY Mellon from Bank of America Corp, having held a senior level role in its U.S. Trust unit in Baltimore for nearly two years – in this capacity she worked as the bank’s Senior Vice President (SVP) and private client adviser.
Additionally, she has also been active in a number of other financial institutions, including Wilmington Trust Wealth & Institutional Services, a division of M&T Bank, Wachovia Wealth Management, and Merrill Lynch, among others.
Last month, BNY Mellon made headlines after the bank suffered a breakdown in its NAVs system, following a botched software upgrade from SunGard’s InvestOne accounting system. The glitch to BNY Mellon’s systems was estimated to have affected nearly 5% of US mutual funds and ETFs during the final week of August, totaling around $404 billion in assets.