Bank adds a number of new hires across its global investment grade trading desks from rivals including JP Morgan, Citi and Deutsche Bank.
Simon Lewis to depart role as chief executive of sell-side industry trade body in October after nearly ten years.
Guy Gibson named as global head of institutional brokerage and Anna Ranaldi appointed as global chief operating officer for institutional brokerage business.
Jean-Charles Bertrand and Joe Little to share responsibility for multi-asset investing at HSBC Global Asset Management.
Ernesto Arteta, formerly a senior trader at Northern Trust, has been promoted to lead FX sales in the Americas.
Antoine Broquereau will lead trading activity for Societe Generale in the UK as the bank continues with plans to cut costs across the business globally.
Brendan Bradley formerly at Eurex is named chairman of data sharing platform ipushpull.
Raffaele Jerusalmi will remain CEO of Borsa Italiana once he has stepped down as director of the capital markets business at LSEG.
BNY Mellon has already made some progress in implementing robotics and machine learning to its asset servicing business.
Tim Throsby leaves Barclays investment bank role less than two years after joining from JP Morgan.