BNY Mellon has named John A. Fiore as its chief information officer. In his new role, Fiore leads the company's global information technology efforts, including the implementation of technology strategy, application development and technology infrastructure. Fiore, 58, is a member of the company's global Operating Committee and reports to Kurt D. Woetzel, head of global operations and technology at the bank, which has $1.1 trillion in assets under management.
"Throughout his career, John has played key roles in the development and deployment of innovative, powerful business applications that directly benefit clients around the world," Woetzel said in a statement. "He is a proven leader with a strong track record of assembling and managing diverse teams that design quality technology solutions focused on critical market segments and our own internal competencies."
Fiore, who has more than 25 years of technology management expertise, joined the company in 2005 as an executive vice president and CIO for Investor Services Technology. Most recently, he was CIO for Application Development and focused on the development and delivery of technology-based business solutions for all of BNY Mellon's businesses globally.
Previously, Fiore was an independent consultant and advisor to several financial services organizations, leading venture capital firms and a number of early-stage technology companies. He also was CIO of State Street and a partner within the technology practice of Coopers & Lybrand. Fiore has both a bachelor's degree in mathematics and a master's degree in business administration from Northeastern University.