Bank of New York

The Bank of New York is among the oldest leading financial services providers in the world. It was founded in 1784 in the United States.For over two decades the bank has been operating with a mission of rendering the best services to its clients.
Its core values are integrity, responsibility, and excellence. According to statistics, the bank has worldwide operations in 33 countries with an employment base of 23,575 and has gained many excellence awards over the years. Recently, the bank received top foreign exchange awards.

Organizational Structure:
The bank is governed by a management body and a board of directors. Apart from the general banking activities, the bank also deals with the programs for community development and employees in the bank actively participate in development programs such as the United Way, and the New York Blood Center.

Bank of New York – Subsidiaries:
US Subsidiaries:
Some US subsidiaries of the Bank of New York are:
The Bank of New York Trust Company, NA
BNY Capital Funding LLC
BNY International Financing Corporation
BNY Investment Center INC.
BNY Midwest Trust Company

Non-US Subsidiaries:
Non-US subsidiaries of the bank are:
AIB/BNY Fund Management (Ireland) Limited
The Bank of New York Capital Markets Limited
The Bank of New York Europe Limited
Contact Details:
Bank of New York
One Wall Street
New York, NY 10286
United States of America

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Last Updated on : 30th July 2013