BNY Mellon, the global investment banking servicing company, has elevated Yash Mohan to the position of head of human resource for the APAC region. Till now, Mohan was leading the HR function for India as the CHRO at BNY Mellon.
In the new role, Mohan will shift base to Singapore and lead core HR initiatives, strategic business planning, talent management and development, talent acquisition, organisational design, performance and rewards, and employee relations for the region.
Mohan will also collaboratively work with global leaders to deliver the regional HR agenda. In addition to this, he will focus on making BNY Mellon a more diverse and inclusive workplace.
It was in 2009 that Mohan joined BNY Mellon as the head of talent acquisition for India and has served in various other key HR leadership roles since then, including leading global HR operation for the Bank’s asset services business in New York, which is one of the primary business verticals of the Bank.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Mohan was the head of HR for Aviva Global Services, where he spent five years.
After completing his postgraduation in workforce management from Symbiosis International University, Mohan joined EKK Eagle Industry. After spending two years there, he moved to Aviva.
Before making a career shift to human resources, Mohan had tried his hand at journalism working as a feature writer for Hindustan Times for two years.