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BNY Mellon

Established in 2007 from the merger of Mellon Financial Corporation and The Bank of New York Company, Inc., BNY Mellon is a leading investment management and investment services company, uniquely focused to help clients manage and move their financial assets and succeed in the rapidly changing global marketplace. Headquartered in New York, BNY Mellon has $26.6 trillion in assets under custody or administration and $1.3 trillion under management.

For Institutions and Corporations:

We help organizations build assets, enhance performance, improve operating efficiency and reduce risk through a wide range of asset management and securities services solutions.

For Private Clients:

For individuals, we offer sophisticated financial solutions, including investment and wealth management, private banking and shareowner services.

For Consultants and Advisors:

We work closely with consultants and advisors to help them select and present the services that best meet the needs of the clients they serve.

BNY Mellon is dedicated to acting with the highest standards of integrity and openness, based on a rich shared heritage of trust and reliability.

Putting cash to work - Now and post Solvency II

It looks like low interest rates are here to stay for some time. Insurance companies need to work out how to place their money and how to diversify, because there is little yield to be had at the front end of the curve. How investors can play a more active role in reviewing and structuring their…

Regulatory reform – The shape of things to come

The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) is currently the only financial institution in the US with a triple A rating from Moody’s. With the firm’s representatives actively engaged in industry and public policy forums, as well as advising regulators, its derivatives and risk expertise is exemplary…

Transformational change

BNY Mellon this year launched Derivatives Collateral Net (DCN), a unique netting service for derivatives collateral management. Scott Linden and Mark Robinson of BNY Mellon talk about how they see it transforming the industry.

Growth in complex times

Continuing our focus on derivatives collateral management, this month we talk to Mark Higgins and Scott Linden from BNY Mellon, about the latest initiatives around derivatives collateral management and their vision for the future of the market.