Over the past three months, BNY Mellon Asset Management has lost two executives to outside opportunities. The most recent departure is its Co-Interim Head Jon Little.
In May, both Little and Mitchell Harris assumed leadership duty over BNY Mellon’s money management arm after the former President and CEO Ronald O’Hanley said that he was leaving the firm.
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