BNY Mellon Wealth Management is ramping up its business development efforts in New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Philadelphia.

In New York, the firm hired two senior directors for business development. James Horvath, formerly a senior vice president at Stamford-Conn.-based Atlantic Asset Management—oversees BNY Mellon’s nonprofit wealth management practice in New York. The other hire—Michael Puleio, a small business specialist and financial advisor previously with MetLife, is responsible for developing business in the greater New York –New Jersey Tri-State region.

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