Bank of New York


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Bank of New York

The oldest bank in the United States. It was founded in 1784 by Alexander Hamilton, who later became the first Secretary of the Treasury. It merged with the Mellon Financial Corporation in 2007 to form the Bank of New York Mellon.
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Questions should be directed to the Public Information Department, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 33 Liberty Street, New York, NY 10045 (phone: 212-720-5424).
A member of The Bank of New York Company's family of services, they spearheaded the movement toward STEP for all of The Bank of New York Company's clients.
A month later, he was appointed to the Steering Committee of The Bank of New York Company, Inc.
Attached to this statement is a paper issued late last month by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York outlining revised procedures for the administration of the Bank's relationships with primary dealers.
Two-thirds of the new bankers will help explain the expanded product choices to Bank of New York customers, following last year's purchase of the bank's consumer business, including 339 branches and more than 400 ATMs.
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We are delighted to welcome Bank of New York customers to the Maestro network, and know they will find the worldwide debit card convenience an important added feature to their ATM cards," said Arthur D.
The partnership between GTCR, The Bank of New York and Eze Castle Software allows us to leverage our collective market leadership and experience and expand our service offering to best serve the needs of a continuously evolving financial marketplace.
The Mercantile transaction represents the fourth corporate trust acquisition by The Bank of New York during the past 9 months.
The Bank of New York Company's Pershing subsidiary, a leading global provider of clearing and financial services outsourcing, is not included in the transaction.