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28/04/2015 – Women in Technology Career/Networking Event

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BNY Mellon’s Client Technology Solutions’ Leadership Team invites you to our first Women in Technology Networking/Career Event in London. We welcome participation from men and women!

Whether looking for a new role or returning to work after a technology career break, BNY Mellon is looking to meet you.

This event is a great opportunity to visit BNY Mellon and find out more about what we do and what a career would look and feel like, with us. Meet our Technology employees and discuss different roles, the benefits of life at BNY Mellon, our community and culture.

BNY Mellon – Thames Room

160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4LA

Keynote Address

This event forms part of our EMEA Technology Expo which will showcase how we are powering the world’s investments using the latest advances in technology. In addition to providing opportunities to showcase our digital capabilities, the event will enable you to see how we are improving the client and employee experience, driving efficiency, generating new insights through data analysis and meeting the evolving needs of our industry with innovative solutions.

Discussion Topic – Digitisation of BNY Mellon

The speakers will share their own stories and thoughts on how the role of technologists has evolved and how important it is that women continue to drive their careers to support the future demands of the industry.

Panellists Include

Paula Walter – Head of Technology, Newton Investment Management. Jen Wagner – Head of Digital Workplace Product Management. Karin Mulvihill – Technology Compliance and Public Advocacy. Rob Leggatt – Head of Technology Services Group, EMEA/APAC.

RSVP

Register online here by 21st April 2015.

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