After he graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1996 with a bachelor of arts in psychology, Scott Bushley entered the financial-services industry as a sales and operations assistant with Deutsche Bank Securities in San Francisco. He rapidly expanded his professional purview to become an analyst and senior executive before his enrollment in the Boston College Carroll School of Management. While studying for his master of business administration in finance, Scott Bushley secured employment as an analyst in the Alternative Investments Division of Atlantic Trust, which has since rebranded as CIBC Private Wealth Management.
From 2007 to 2018, Bushley operated in various capacities for BNY Mellon Investment Management in Boston, including as its vice president of strategic business development, director of global distribution operations, head of global institutional and Americas operations, and head of business operations. Bushley has overseen finance and business operations as a partner with Granite Point Capital since late 2018.
The former head of business operations with BNY Mellon Investment Management in Boston, Massachusetts, Scott Bushley served the organization as both director of operations for global distribution and head of global institutional and Americas intermediary distribution operations. In 2007, he joined BNY Mellon, where he performed a range of asset management due diligence functions to vet potential corporate acquisitions as vice president of strategic business development. Scott Bushley began his financial services career as a financial analyst and sales manager. A resident of the Boston suburb of Cohasset, Massachusetts, Scott Bushley enjoys spending time with his three sons. He also coaches youth baseball, coordinates the Cohasset Major League, and serves as a board member for the Cohasset Youth Baseball and Softball Association. A dedicated athlete in his own right, Mr. Bushley has completed between 25 to 30 triathlons and footraces over the years. His favorite athletic activities at present include bicycling and snow skiing.
A financial executive located in Cohasset, Massachusetts, Scott Bushley has decades of experience in the industry. For more than 10 years, he worked with BNY Mellon Investment Management in Boston, working his way up from vice president of strategic business development to head of business operations. During that time, Scott Bushley guided business and financial strategies for investment management services at a global level.
Prior to joining BNY Mellon, Mr. Bushley served as an analyst with Atlantic Trust, another Boston-based firm dedicated to the investment industry. His previous positions include analyst at Sunflower Capital Partners and sales and operations assistant with Deutsche Bank Securities in San Francisco. He holds an MBA from the Carroll Graduate School of Management at Boston College where he studied finance, and a bachelor of arts in psychology from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee.
Mr. Bushley contributes to his local community as a member of the board of directors for the Cohasset Youth Baseball and Softball Association and as coordinator for the Cohasset Major League. He has also spent several years coaching baseball.
A graduate of Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tenessee, Scott Bushley earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology. Subsequently, he launched his career in the financial industry as a sales and operations assistant with Deutsche Bank Securities in San Francisco, California. Scott Bushley then went on to work with companies, such as Sunflower Capital Partners, before returning to business school at Boston College’s Carroll Graduate School of Management.
After earning a master’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance, Mr. Bushley joined BNY Mellon Investment Management as vice president of strategic business development. Since then, he has held several positions within the firm, including serving as head of business operations until recently.
Alongside Scott Bushley’s career as a financial executive, he serves as a coordinator for the Cohasset Major League and on the board of directors for the Cohasset Youth Baseball and Softball Association. He has also coached baseball for several years.