BNY Mellon Clearing

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BNY Mellon Clearing
Founded 1784
Headquarters New York, New York
Key People Sanjay Kannambadi, CEO
Employees 42,000 globally
Products asset management, securities servicing, Treasury services, wealth management, clearing
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BNY Mellon Clearing is a clearing subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. It was created in June 2010 to clear futures and derivatives trades on behalf of institutional clients. BNY Mellon Clearing, LLC is a U.S. registered futures commission merchant and a member of the National Futures Association, and plans to become a clearing member on major exchanges and central clearinghouses on a global basis to support the trading activities of its clients.

Sanjay Kannambadi serves as CEO of BNY Mellon Clearing, reporting to Art Certosimo, senior executive vice president and CEO of Alternative and Broker-Dealer Services at BNY Mellon. Previously, Kannambadi was the head of BNY Mellon's Office of Innovation, where he led a team responsible for the development and commercialization of new products and services across the company's businesses.[1]

BNY Mellon is an asset management and securities services company established in 2007 from the merger of Mellon Financial Corporation and The Bank of New York Company, Inc. Headquartered in New York, BNY Mellon has $22.3 trillion in assets under custody or administration and $1.1 trillion under management.[2]

In August 2011, Chairman and CEO Robert P. (Bob) Kelly resigned due to reported problems with his management style. President Gerald L. Hassell was appointed to both chairman and CEO positions, effective immediately.[3]


Products and Services[edit]

For Institutions and Corporations: help organizations build assets, enhance performance, improve operating efficiency and reduce risk using asset management and securities services solutions.

For Private Clients: For individuals, sophisticated financial solutions, including investment and wealth management, private banking and share owner services.

For Consultants and Advisors: work with consultants and advisors to help them select and present the services that best meet the needs of the clients they serve.

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