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2007 History One Wall Street New York, NY 10286 USA NYSE: BK Investor Relations US $1.2 trillion under management* US $25.5 trillion under custody or administration* 34 countries and 54 cities, serving more than 100 markets worldwide* Worldwide Locations Robert P. Kelly Gerald L. Hassell 42,000 worldwide* Corporate Fact Sheet

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A Vision of Growth, A History of Performance
Today's Bank of New York Mellon was formed in July 2007 through a merger between The Bank of New York Company, Inc. and Mellon Financial Corporation of Pittsburgh. The combination of two enterprises rich in history, vision and performance has created a global financial services growth company unmatched in its commitment to asset management and servicing. This is the story of two premier companies with two famous founders and two separate and distinct journeys. Those journeys finally intersected and merged to create one company founded on the principle of delivering world-class service and performance. This is our history and

BNY Mellon Asset Management
BNY Mellon Asset Management is a leading global provider of investment management products and services. With a great depth and breadth of expertise, we help clients achieve

their goals through a wide array of strategies, in every major sector and asset class through various distribution channels. Our clients include some of the world's leading corporations, governments, unions, foundations, endowments, mutual funds and high net worth individuals. Our independent investment firms provide asset management service that is responsive to our clients'

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing

BNY Mellon Asset Servicing helps clients worldwide enhance the management, administration and oversight of their entire investment process by giving them the tools and information they need to make better decisions. We provide expertise in:
Accounting Services Custody Services Fund Services Hedge Fund Administration Outsourcing Services Performance & Risk Analytics Plan Services Securities Clearance & Collateral Management Securities Lending Technology Solutions

BNY Mellon Wealth Management

BNY Mellon Wealth Management views wealth management as a specialized profession where our experts combine efforts to meet the needs of each individual client. We draw from a rich heritage and deep expertise to implement thoughtful, customized strategies for each client. Our capabilities include:
Investment Management Wealth & Estate Planning Private Banking & Finance Global Custody & Information Management

Individuals, their families and their family offices and businesses, as well as charitable gift programs now have the support of a wealth management leader with a distinguished history of providing multiple

The Bank of New York Mellon Issuer Services

The Bank of New York Mellon offers the industry's most comprehensive suite of integrated corporate trust, depositary receipt and shareowner services.

Global Corporate Trust

Our dedicated teams of corporate trust product, industry and regional specialists provide customized trust services for all major debt categories, including corporate and municipal debt, mortgage-backed and asset-backed securities, collateralized debt obligations, derivative securities services and international debt offerings.
Depositary Receipts

Our specialized depositary receipt products and services add value to issuers programs, increasing trading activity and receipts outstanding.
Shareowner Services

Shareowner Services helps clients address and manage their shareholder, equity compensation plan

The Bank of New York Mellon Treasury Services

The Bank of New York Mellon Treasury Services delivers high quality performance in global payments, trade services, cash management, capital markets, foreign exchange and derivatives.
Capital Markets

Our extensive experience raising capital and range of sophisticated capital markets products and services give our clients access to markets in a manner that best suits their needs.
Global Markets

We use our global scale and expertise in foreign exchange and derivatives to develop innovative risk management solutions to help you increase value and decrease risk.
Liquidity Services

We can help you optimize cash flow, manage liquidity and make payments more efficiently around the world in more than 100 currencies.

Working Capital Solutions

Our operational excellence, exceptional service, product leadership and consultative expertise in cash and liquidity management enable us to create the best total solution for you.
International Payment Services

We maintain a global network of branches, representative offices and correspondent banks to provide comprehensive international payment services including cash management, global payments, and liquidity management.
Trade Finance Services

We provide creative, flexible solutions for importers, exporters and financial institutions that seek to enhance their revenues, reduce risk, and gain control and flexibility in their trade transactions.

The Bank of New York Mellon Broker-Dealer and Advisor Services

Through Pershing LLC and Pershing Advisor Solutions LLC, The Bank of New York Mellon Broker-Dealer and Advisor Services provides financial institutions and independent registered investment advisors with operational support, trading services, investment solutions, flexible technology and practice management, all with unrivalled service excellence. We help clients succeed through:
Broker-Dealer Services Registered Investment Advisor Services Execution Services

Pershing LLC

Provides technology, operational, trading, investment and practice management solutions to help financial services firms successfully serve their investors.

Offers strategic resources to independent registered investment advisors to help them succeed amid growing industry complexity.
iNautix (USA) LLC

Combines global technology expertise and deep financial industry knowledge to help maximize advisor productivity, increase operational efficiency and improve profitability.
BNY ConvergEx Group

BNY ConvergEx Group delivers a comprehensive, integrated approach to the entire investment cycle, from idea generation and trade execution to clearance and settlement.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) program is built on our shared Values, and relies for its success on the commitment of our employees to live those Values. The goal of the CSR program is to take responsibility for the impact of our activities on our various constituencies and society as a whole. Accordingly, we have embraced a CSR Statement and Commitments that help guide our behaviors and promotes a high standard of accountability from what we do, to what we buy, to how we invest. They define how we:
Maximize and protect shareholder value Ensure client satisfaction Build a positive work environment where all our employees can grow and excel Sustain the environment Serve our communities Build socially responsible supplier relationships

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Statement

CSR is fundamental to The Bank of New York Mellon's culture and core Values. It reflects the corporate social and environmental sustainability commitments we make to our clients, shareholders, employees and to our communities around the world. These commitments drive us to perform with the highest standards of good governance and ethics; provide products and services that meet the rising expectations of our clients and business partners; attract and retain quality employees; provide meaningful support in our communities; and improve the social and environmental impacts of our business practices and those of our suppliers.
Our CSR Commitments Ensure sound corporate governance and compliance practices, and increased transparency on reporting on those activities

Maintain ethical policies and provide training to ensure that all employees perform with high standards of integrity and trust Develop and enhance products and services that provide social and environmental options for clients and prospects Continue to provide talent management and well-being programs committed to supporting a diverse environment where employees can thrive and excel Drive corporate philanthropy that advances quality of life where our employees and clients work, live and do business Implement and/or expand environmentally sustainable management and business practices Build relationships with suppliers whose CSR goals and activities are aligned with our expectations Ensure proper risk management, data security and privacy programs are in place Provide active and engaged CSR oversight, including establishment of key performance indicators and communication of progress

Supplier Ethics
At BNY Mellon, our reputation for integrity, honesty and accountability is essential to achieve our goal of becoming the best performing financial services company. Our customers and shareholders expect BNY Mellon and all of its employees to conduct business activities in accordance with the highest possible standards of ethical conduct. Likewise, we maintain all supplier relationships on the highest ethical basis and solely on the merit of quality, innovation, performance and cost effectiveness. These relationships are important for the continued success of BNY Mellon and its subsidiaries and affiliates. Our policy dictates that employees of BNY Mellon and related subsidiaries and entities may not:
Solicit or accept anything of value in return for BNY Mellon business, services or confidential information; Give cash gifts to, or accept cash gifts from a supplier, customer or person to whom they refer business; Accept any gifts or discounts beyond normal business courtesy and of nominal value

To avoid even the appearance of impropriety, any possible conflict of interest, potentially embarrassing situations, jeopardy to our relationship with your company, or jeopardy to the employment of our employees, we ask for your support of this policy and assurance that it has been communicated to the appropriate officers and employees within your company. The company's Ethics Office operates an Ethics Help Line, a confidential and anonymous place to ask questions or report concerns concerning conduct that is, or appears to be, inconsistent with our Code of Conduct. The Ethics Help Line can be accessed by toll-free phone, via e-mail or through the postal service. Anyone who is uncomfortable contacting the company directly can report his or her concern confidentially and anonymously directly to the Ethics Hot Line by contacting Ethics Point,

an independent hotline administrator. The Ethics Hot Line can be accessed by toll-free phone, via a secure Internet site or through the postal service.

The Bank of New York


Defunct (Merged with Mellon Financial 2007) New York City, NY 1784-06-09 New York, New York Alexander Hamilton, founder



Key people

Isaac Roosevelt, cofounder, second president J. Carter Bacot, CEO(1982-1998)

Industry Products

Banking Financial Services



The Bank of New York was founded on June 9, 1784[2], making it the oldest bank in the United States. Alexander Hamilton wrote the new bank's constitution, and became the individual most actively involved in the organization of The Bank of New York, guiding it through its early stages. The bank opened for business at the Walton House in Lower Manhattan only a few months after the departure of British troops from American soil. It opened with a capitalization of $500,000.

Merger with Mellon

Talks of a merger began when Tom Renyi approached Robert Kelly about a possible amalgamation between the Bank of New York and Mellon Financial Corporation.[9] The $16.5 billion deal was finalized on the 1 July2007, with Kelly as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the new company, and Renyi as Executive Chairman.[9][10] Per the deal, the new Board of Directors is composed of ten directors appointed by the Bank of New York, and eight by Mellon.[11]. The Bank of New York Mellon launched its new brand identity on 1 October 2007

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New York Mellon is eyeing expansion in India, where it does not yet own an asset-management business.
The Bank of New York Mellon Corp will step up its expansion in emerging markets such as China and India, aiming to raise the non-US share of its revenue to 50 percent in three to five years from 40 percent, Vice Chairman Ronald O'Hanley told Reuters on Friday. The U.S. bank plans to hire 40 to 50 employees this year for a planned Chinese fund venture, and has been in talks on possible cooperation with China's sovereign wealth fund and its national pension fund. New York Mellon is also eyeing expansion in India, where it does not yet own an assetmanagement business. "The U.S. is the largest market, but non-U.S. markets are growing faster than the U.S.," O'Hanley said in an interview. "We don't have as large a presence in India as we would have for example in China, so we're looking at options right now." New York Mellon, created in 2007 by a merger between the Bank of New York and Mellon Financial Corp, is among a number of U.S. banks found to have sufficient capital under the government's stress test, and is hoping to repay capital injected by the Treasury under the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). The bank has cut its dividend and raised money in the equity and debt markets to be able to repay TARP once it is allowed to, O'Hanley said. In China, O'Hanley expected a licence would be issued in the next two months for a Shanghai-based fund venture with China's Western Securities, allowing it to manage money directly for Chinese investors. BNY Mellon Asset Management, the bank's fund unit, is currently an adviser to China Southern Fund Management Co for overseas investment products under the country's Qualified Domestic Institutional Investor (QDII) scheme, which allows Chinese to invest in capital markets abroad. It is also in talks with several other Chinese funds seeking cooperation on QDII products, David Jiang, Asia Pacific chief executive of BNY Mellon, said in a separate interview on Friday. Jiang added that the company expected to obtain a Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII) licence this summer, allowing it to invest overseas money in China's strictly controlled capital markets.

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