Bank of New York Mellon

None of the eight systemically important banks, which the U.S. government considers "too big to fail," fared well in the evaluations.
Developing nations need trillions of dollars a year to tackle issues like food security, climate change risks and basic infrastructure
Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan chief executive, said in October 2011 that in response to Basel III’s treatment of risk-weighted assets
"The market will take the G20 statement as an approval for what it has been doing -- selling of the yen," said Neil Mellor
This week, BNY will square off against the Internal Revenue Service in U.S. Tax Court in New York over STARS and the tax
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Confidential whistleblower documents that helped spark a massive state and federal investigation into
In taking jurisdiction, Pauley on October 19 said the case implicated "paramount federal interests" such as the integrity
Because rates are so low, many custody banks today are less eager to attract new business or are more aggressive about insisting
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Kelly earned $19.4 million in 2010, making him among the best paid CEOs of a public U.S. company. BOSTON/NEW YORK (Svea Herbst
The borrowers in the new lawsuit claim they are among the homeowners whose mortgages are contained in the 530 trusts covered
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman may go down as the most important public official in reforming the corrupt financial system -- if he can hold out against pressure from Wall Street, the Federal Reserve, and the Obama administration.
The attorney general's court filing also noted that the job description of the state's chief law enforcer includes "protecting
It also opens up new worries for BofA, the nation's largest handler of home loans, as the company could be faced with the
What was made can be unmade. JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo may have venerable names, but they and the pseudo-venerable Citigroup
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State Street Corp, the world's third largest institutional investor, said it was under investigation by the Securities and
The southern division of the Salvation Army filed suit against the Bank of New York Mellon on Friday for almost $22 million