From the financial crisis to the Sandusky scandal, this one trait gave success to Karen Peetz of BNY Mellon

By Hilary Burns

It’s hard to fluster Karen Peetz. A 32-year banking vet, Peetz helped BNY Mellon recover from 9/11, led the bank through the 2008 financial crisis and also chaired Penn State’s Board of Trustees through the Jerry Sandusky scandal.

She is now the president of BNY Mellon, overseeing the company’s global client management, regional management and treasury services business — plus all 50,000 employees.

Before BNY Mellon, Peetz worked for JPMorgan Chase for 16 years in sales and business-management…

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