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Below are the latest news stories about BANK OF NEW YORK MELLON CORP that investors may wish to consider to help them evaluate BK as an investment opportunity.
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LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- As Agent Bank, please be advised of the following rate determined on: 2/3/2023 Issue ¦ Bank of China Limited, London Branch- Series 116 GBP 300,000,000 FRN Due August 2023 ISIN Number ¦ XS2369293969 ISIN Reference ¦ 236929396 Issue Nomin GBP ¦ 300000000 Period ¦ 11/10/2022 to 2/10/2023 Payment Date 2/10/2023 Number of Days ¦ 92 Rate ¦ 3.7774 Denomination GBP ¦ 1000 ¦ 300000000 ¦ Amount Payable per Denomination ¦ 9.52 ¦ 2856000 ¦ Bank of New
Custodial banking giant BNY Mellon (BK) has promoted Caroline Butler to CEO of Digital Assets, the lender announced Thursday.
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The world of finance is constantly evolving, and the latest trend that has caught the attention of Wall Street institutions is the rise of crypto. Despite the many challenges and controversies that have plagued the industry, major players in the financial sector are not deterred and are actively seeking ways to expand their reach into this new digital frontier. From BNY Mellon to BlackRock, Fidelity Investments, and even Goldman Sachs, these institutions are betting that the future of finance lies in blockchain technology, tokenization, and crypto custody. With regulators becoming increasingly tough on exposure, the cost of doing business in this space is going up, but that has not deterred these institutions from pushing forward with their plans. The crypto winter may be far from over,...
The BNY Mellon Innovators ETF will invest in innovation-driven companies, which are considered to be “leading-edge” firms thanks to their intellectual property, ground-breaking as well as advanced products and services that can be disruptive to existing business models.
The high-profile pain suffered by Cathie Wood’s flagship strategy over the past two years isn’t stopping rivals from stealing a page from her playbook.
From BNY Mellon to Fidelity and BlackRock, members of the Wall Street establishment are planning for a future in digital-assets.
BNY Mellon (NYSE: BK) announced today a new outsourced trading offering for buy-side institutions globally, including asset managers and asset owners. The offering by BNY Mellon Capital Markets, LLC will be powered by xBK, the buy-side trading division that executes more than $1 trillion in volumes on average annually for the company's Investment Management franchise (one of the world's largest asset managers1). This comprehensive, global multi-asset trading service will give clients significant