BNY Mellon names new Japanese executive

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Boutique asset manager BNY Mellon Investment Management has announced Yoshiyuki Shimoyama as the company’s new head of financial institutions group for Japan.

Based in the company’s Tokyo office, Mr Shimoyama will work with a number of insurance companies and banks, reporting to BNY Mellon Asset Management Japan chair and president Shogo Yamaguchi.

“Shimoyama has a proven track record in serving some of the largest financial institutions in Japan,” said Mr Yamaguchi.


“He has strong client relationships, deep product knowledge and first-class client service skills, making him a fantastic addition to our business. Shimoyama will play an important role in driving and growing our Japanese institutional client base.”

Prior to this appointment, Mr Shimoyama had worked with JPMorgan Asset Management Japan since 1990.

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