While the sudden departure of Bank of New York Mellon CEO Robert Kelly late Wednesday might have come as a surprise to some industry observers, it was actually a change Rochdale Securities Bank Analyst Dick Bove called for two weeks ago.
“The guy was not running the company to maximize profits. (That) is the bottom line,” Bove said of Kelly in a phone interview with On Wall Street on Thursday.
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