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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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BNY Securities Group is the global institutional agency brokerage organization of The Bank of New York Company, Inc.
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 is a premier participant in the securities industry, and we are flattered to work with them on this important initiative.
Hutchinson joined The Bank of New York in 1969 after receiving a B.
fund services sales at The Bank of New York, said, "The Bank of New York is an acknowledged leader in the rapidly evolving ETF business.
The Bank of New York's affiliate in Florida, The Bank of New York Trust Company of Florida, N.
Under the terms of the agreement, The Bank of New York's affiliate in Florida, The Bank of New York Trust Company of Florida, N.
The Bank of New York embodies the qualities that high-net-worth investors value most - trusted expertise, commitment across generations, and consistent application of shared values," said Ray Mendez, partner and creative director for The Bank of New York account at The Concept Farm.
We're pleased to be part of The Bank of New York Company, but we'll remain a community bank with local management and decision making, investing in the economic future of New Jersey by serving the needs of consumers, municipalities, and businesses," said James Peters, chairman of The Bank of New York NA, National Community Division.
The New Jersey bank, founded in 1895, will operate as a wholly-owned subsidiary of The Bank of New York Company, Inc.
Its principal subsidiary, The Bank of New York, founded in 1784, is the oldest bank in the United States and has consistently played a prominent role in the evolution of financial markets worldwide.
The Bank of New York said that it was pleased to have the opportunity to further its 200-year history of meeting the credit needs of the New York metropolitan area community, and it views this new program as a continuation of its ongoing commitment.