NEW YORK -- Bank of New York Mellon Corp. said today it named Thomas Gibbons chief financial officer.
Gibbons will take over the position July 1. He is succeeding current Vice Chairman and CFO Bruce Van Saun, who took over as CFO in 1997 and is leaving Bank of New York Mellon to pursue other opportunities.
Gibbons served as chief risk officer for the bank and its predecessor, Bank of New York, for nearly 10 years. For about a year before Bank of New York's merger with Mellon Financial, Gibbons also served as chief financial officer.
Brian Rogan, who currently serves as chief executive of issuer, treasury and broker-dealer services, will take over for Gibbons as chief risk officer. Rogan had held the position since 2003.
Karen Peetz, currently CEO of global corporate trust will succeed Rogan as head of issuer, treasury and broker-dealer services.
Bank of New York Mellon has yet to name a successor for Peetz.