BNY Mellon continues its push in foreign exchange with launch of FX options products in the US.
Richard Metcalfe joins WFE as head of regulatory affairs, replacing Gavin Hill who will join the compliance team at the London Metal Exchange.
The global head of FX at BNY Mellon discusses whether the recent volatility in equities has spilled over into FX markets and the upcoming launch of the investment bank’s new prime brokerage business.
New service will allow clients to access a new source of much-needed liquidity in the FX space.
Thomas Gibbons has been appointed CEO of BNY Mellon’s new clearing, markets and client management business amid mass restructure.
Mellon Capital Management, Standish Mellon Asset Management and The Boston Company Asset Management will merge to form multi-asset investment manager.
Partnership means dealers will be able to tap database of custodians on behalf of buy-side clients.
With more than 20 years experience James Taylor joins BNY Mellon as head of FX electronic markets sales.
SIs under MiFID II will still be very attractive trading venues for investors even if EU stamps down on networking attempts.
BNY Mellon is targeting enhanced capabilities in the US government securities clearance and tri-party markets with a new subsidiary.