Managing Director & Asset Servicing CAO – BNY Mellon
Pete Rodriguez is a Managing Director and the Chief Administrative Officer for Asset Servicing. Pete has 25 years of financial services experience and is responsible for working closely with the Asset Servicing executive management team on business strategy as well as organizational and governance structure. He also oversees cross segment initiatives, learning and development, sales and business support services and sales incentive compensation administration. Additionally, Pete manages the relationship with the business partner functions including Compliance, Audit, Risk, Legal, Finance, Communications and Marketing.
Pete was previously the CFO for Asset Servicing and Global Markets where he was responsible for overseeing all areas of financial management and analysis including major initiatives, planning, forecasting, management reporting, analytics and executive level business presentations. In his capacity as CFO, Pete was a member of the firm’s Finance Operating Committee. Pete has also held the positions of Chief of Staff for Asset Servicing Financial Management & Analysis and Head of Performance Reporting & Analytics as well as Securities Lending CFO.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Pete worked at JPMorgan Chase’s Worldwide Securities Services business for 9 years where he was CFO for the Financing and Markets Products business which includes Securities Lending, Foreign Exchange, Transition Management, Futures Clearing and Commission Recapture. Previous roles at JPMorgan Chase and its predecessor firms include Balance Sheet Controller, Investment Products CFO, Information Products CFO, Broker Dealer CFO, Performance Measurement CFO and Head of Performance Reporting. Pete also performed various Finance roles at State Street in NY over a 9 year period before joining JPMorgan Chase.
Pete received a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from the University of Phoenix. He sits on the Board of Trustees of The Bay Ridge Christian Center and is currently spearheading an expansion project which will include new worship facilities and a Christian academy serving students in grades K4 – 12.