According to a company announcement, the Fort Lee, New Jersey-based Gould was with Towers Perrin, where
he was responsible for nformation technology infrastructure services, including the management of five data centers.
Prior to that, he was senior vice president of Aetna US Healthcare, where he was responsible for all customer service operations. From 1970 to 1995, he held a variety of operations and technology management roles with Citibank, according to the Mellon announcement.
“The Human Resources Services sector is a significant growth opportunity for Mellon,” said James Aramanda, Vice Chairman, Human Resources Services Sector. “We understand the potential of this business and are fully committed to strengthening it. As we continue to integrate our business operations to achieve greater effectiveness and efficiencies across the sector, Max’s extensive experience in using technology to improve business operations will be a strong asset to our organization.”
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