BNY Mellon

Following the 2007 merger of The Bank of New York and Mellon Financial Services, BNY Mellon has served as the benchmark for financial services through outstanding performance in the twenty-first century. As growth slowed down, the firm spread operations in order to offer investors more of a comfort and buffer zone through which to trade at a higher rate. This involved several new large-cap strategies to allow assets to bounce back. Not unsurprisingly, BNY Mellon is also recognised as a green energy leader, with around seventy five percent of their US buildings’ electricity powered by energy purchased from sustainable sources.