Graves joins CIBC Mellon
December 1, 2017
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CIBC Mellon reports that Bill Graves has joined the company as Chief Technology and Data Officer. This newly created role is designed to further strengthen CIBC Mellon's ability to meet clients' evolving needs as the industry drives forward into a new era of data, technology enablement and cyber security.

Graves is responsible for leading CIBC Mellon's technology mandate, which includes overseeing the company's data strategy and client technologies, as well as aligning CIBC Mellon's technological solutions with its parent companies, CIBC and BNY Mellon.  

Said Steven Wolff, President and Chief Executive Officer, CIBC Mellon: "CIBC Mellon is investing in people and processes as we look to support our clients in entering the data era. It's important to continue to invest in technological capabilities, innovations and solutions to help propel our clients, employees and company forward."

Before joining CIBC Mellon, Graves held senior technology and data roles in the financial services sector for over 20 years. In his previous position, he served in a senior role at a leading Canada-based financial services group. His experience was particularly focused on driving a culture of customer centricity through technology.





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CIBC Mellon reports that Bill Graves has joined the company as Chief Technology and Data Officer. This newly created role is designed to further strengthen CIBC Mellon's ability to meet clients' evolving needs as the industry drives forward into a new era of data, technology enablement and cyber security.

Graves is responsible for leading CIBC Mellon's technology mandate, which includes overseeing the company's data strategy and client technologies, as well as aligning CIBC Mellon's technological solutions with its parent companies, CIBC and BNY Mellon.  

Said Steven Wolff, President and Chief Executive Officer, CIBC Mellon: "CIBC Mellon is investing in people and processes as we look to support our clients in entering the data era. It's important to continue to invest in technological capabilities, innovations and solutions to help propel our clients, employees and company forward."

Before joining CIBC Mellon, Graves held senior technology and data roles in the financial services sector for over 20 years. In his previous position, he served in a senior role at a leading Canada-based financial services group. His experience was particularly focused on driving a culture of customer centricity through technology.



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