BNY Mellon Names Chandel to lead technology, India
May 11, 2018

BNY Mellon reported earlier this week that it has named Nitin Chandel as Head of BNY Mellon Technology, India. Chandel will report to Bridget Engle, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of BNY Mellon, and will be based in Pune, India.

Chandel will lead a global technology team of close to 7,000 across Chennai and Pune. The bank says he will help drive technology transformation, focusing on digitization and infrastructure resiliency and will lead recruitment and retention of top technology talent.

Said Engle. "His proven track record of developing and executing API strategies will be instrumental in helping us continue to bring solutions to partners and other third parties."

Chandel joins from Visa Inc, where he was Senior Vice President for its Developer Platform and led a global team from India focused on making its services available as APIs to help partners develop new commerce and payment experiences. He also built out Visa's India Technology Center in Bengaluru.

Prior to Visa, he held several senior technology roles at Microsoft, where he led Bing Ads development teams in Bengaluru, India and in the company's corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, USA.





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BNY Mellon reported earlier this week that it has named Nitin Chandel as Head of BNY Mellon Technology, India. Chandel will report to Bridget Engle, Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer of BNY Mellon, and will be based in Pune, India.

Chandel will lead a global technology team of close to 7,000 across Chennai and Pune. The bank says he will help drive technology transformation, focusing on digitization and infrastructure resiliency and will lead recruitment and retention of top technology talent.

Said Engle. "His proven track record of developing and executing API strategies will be instrumental in helping us continue to bring solutions to partners and other third parties."

Chandel joins from Visa Inc, where he was Senior Vice President for its Developer Platform and led a global team from India focused on making its services available as APIs to help partners develop new commerce and payment experiences. He also built out Visa's India Technology Center in Bengaluru.

Prior to Visa, he held several senior technology roles at Microsoft, where he led Bing Ads development teams in Bengaluru, India and in the company's corporate headquarters in Redmond, Washington, USA.



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