The Times and Opportunity Now Recognizing BNY Mellon as one of the top 50 employers for women in the United Kingdom who strive for gender equality in the workplace by fostering an inclusive culture that helps each individual reach their full potential.
Top Employer in Finance, 2013
Black EOE Journal Recognizing BNY Mellon as a Top Financial Company in the Black EOE Journal's "Best of the Best" list for the efforts made towards promoting equal opportunity and business opportunities for diverse employees.
Top Employer in Finance, 2013
Professional Woman's Magazine Recognizing BNY Mellon as a Top Financial Company in the Professional Woman's Magazine's "Best of the Best" list for efforts made towards promoting the advancement of multicultural diverse women in all aspects of business and employment to ensure equal opportunity.
Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008
Human Rights Campaign Foundation BNY Mellon received perfect 100 percent score.
Champion of Inclusion, 2012
Best Buddies Recognizing BNY Mellon's ongoing commitment to advancing workforce development opportunities through support of the organization which creates one-to-one friendships and integrated employment opportunities for people with intellectual differences.
Top 50 Employers for Women in the UK, 2012
The Times of London and Opportunity Now Recognizing BNY Mellon on its annual list of 50 top-performing businesses throughout the UK that also strive for gender equity in the workplace.
Laurie D. Zelon Pro Bono Award, 2012
Pro Bono Institute Recognizing BNY Mellon's Legal Team for outstanding global pro bono work, including helping returning U.S. veterans with combat-related disabilities secure benefits.
Circle of Hope Award, 2011
Pennsylvania Women Work Recognizing BNY Mellon for its efforts with the organization which advocates for education and economic equity among all people.
Corporate Partner of the Year, 2010
National Black MBA Association, Metro New York Chapter Recognizing BNY Mellon as a dedicated and leading supporter of the organization.
Top 50 Places to Work in India, 2010
Great Place to Work Institute, India Recognizing BNY Mellon (India) in Pune as No. 28 on the basis of their employees' responses to questions relating to the levels of trust, camaraderie, and teamwork within their workplace.
"i Award" Corporate Leadership Award, 2010
Central New York Inclusion Conference Recognizing a business for demonstrating best practice internal inclusion and diversity efforts.
Top 20 Best Places to Work in Ireland, 2010
Great Place to Work Institute Recognizing BNY Mellon, as top 20 large company in Ireland where employees trust the people they work for, have pride in what they do, and enjoy the people they work with.
Top 25 Best Companies to Work For, 2010 and 2009
Great Place to Work Institute, India Recognizing iNautix India, an affiliate of Pershing LLC as Nov. 17 (2010), on the basis of their employees' responses to questions relating to the levels of trust, credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie within their workplace.
Power of Work Award, 2010 and 2009
Goodwill Industries BNY Mellon received this award for helping people with special needs overcome barriers to employment.
Rainbow Award, 2009
Belgium Business Association Recognizing BNY Mellon as the most gay friendly employer in Belgium.
Advocacy and Services for People with Disabilities Certificate, 2009
The Arc, BNY Mellon received this recognition for demonstrated commitment to employment diversity.
Best Places to Work for GLBT Equality Index, 2009 and 2008
Human Rights Campaign Foundation BNY Mellon featured on list of the top companies that support equality for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees.
The Top 50 – Where Women Want to Work, 2009 and 2008
The London Times BNY Mellon featured on list of 50 of the UK's largest and most progressive employers, for demonstrated efforts in attracting, retaining and developing female talent.
Directing Diverse Talent, 2013
The Times and Opportunity Now Recognizing Sheena Wilson, Global Head of Talent Strategy, for her deep personal commitment to challenge the status quo and advance diversity and inclusion as a business imperative across the organization and ensuring its incorporation into the company's leadership agenda.
Black Achievers in Industry, 2013
Harlem YMCA Honoring Clara Brooks, Business Planning and Project Manager in Wealth Management, and Max Smith, IMS Account Manager in Asset Servicing, for their professional accomplishments, civic contributions, and ability to serve as positive role models for youths in the community.
Blazing Emerging Leader, 2013
Pittsburgh African American Leadership Association Honoring Nicole Manns, Affirmative Action Compliance Manager, for her leadership and influential work on behalf of the community.
Inspiring Woman of the Year in Finance, 2013
Inspiring Wo-Men Business Club - Luxembourg Honoring Murielle Antoine, Luxembourg Head of Corporate Trust and Alternative Investment Services, for serving as an influential role model to women in finance through her exemplary business leadership, impact on gender equity, and on-going philanthropic commitments.
Corporate Executives of the Year, 2012
National Black MBA Association - Metro New York Honoring Shelley Daniels, Training Manager; Brendon Donnellan, Corporate Risk Officer; and Laura Travers, Senior HR Business Partner, for their efforts and support of the organization.
Top 25 Women of Power Impacting Diversity, 2012
DiversityPlus Magazine Recognizing Claire Scanlon, Head of Supplier Development, for her leadership and demonstrated commitment in this area by guiding the development of the firm's award-winning Supplier Development Program, including actions such as hosting capacity-building sessions and workshops that benefit the supplier community and support the growth and sustainability of small businesses.
Excellence in Practice Champion Award, 2012
Opportunity Now Honoring Helena Morrissey, Newton CEO, for her efforts in championing the commercial imperative of gender balance on boards and in senior management roles in the financial services sector and across other industries.
Aiming High Award, 2011
Women's Legal Defense and Education Fund Honoring Jane Sherburne, Senior Executive Vice President and General Counsel, for her extraordinary accomplishments and leadership in breaking new ground for women in business.
President's Award, 2011
Western Pennsylvania Minority Supplier Development Council Honoring Claire Scanlon, Head of the Supplier Development program, for her sustained leadership and initiative in strengthening supplier diversity.
Advocate of the Year, 2011
New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council Honoring Claire Scanlon, Head of the Supplier Development program, for her success in creating outstanding business collaborations by advocating supplier diversity.
Women of Excellence Award, 2011
New York Women's Chamber of Commerce Honoring Claire Scanlon, Head of the Supplier Development program, for her long time work and support of minority and women businesses.
Tribute to Abigail Adams, 2011
Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus Honoring Vicary Graham, Wealth Management Regional President for New England, for her work toward empowering women in the corporate world as well as for her philanthropic work on behalf of the community.
Black Achievers in Industry, 2011
Harlem YMCA Honoring Renee LaRoche-Morris, Head of Corporate Development and Financial Planning and Analysis, and Laura Byerson, Private Banker, for professional and civic accomplishments of African-American professionals who also serve as role models for young people.
The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking, 2011, 2009 and 2008
U.S. Banker and American Banker Honoring Karen Peetz as No. 1 (2011), No. 2 (2009) and No. 6 (2008), on the list of 25 women recognized for their professional achievements, personal tenacity and influence as top-performing financial services executives.
Women's Bond Club Rising Star, 2011, 2010, 2009 and 2008
Women's Bond Club Honoring Monika Sadana (2011) Denise Morgenthaler (2010), Medita Vucic (2009) and Priya Nagrani (2008) as young women early in their careers who have demonstrated future leadership qualities.
Women of Excellence Award, 2011
New Pittsburgh Courier Honoring Maria Anderson as one of Pittsburgh's most influential African American women for her work and professional achievements in the firm's numerous Philanthropy and Employee Engagement programs, as well as within the community.
Minority and Women-owned Business Advocate of the Year Award, 2011
Mayor Bloomberg and New York City's Department of Small Business Services Honoring Claire Scanlon for strengthening entrepreneurship opportunities among minorities and women through leadership to improve New York City's small business outlook.
Achievers Programs, 2011
YMCA (New England) Honoring Glenda Hoyte and Veronica Pontes as minority professionals in the Greater Boston business community for their professional achievements and dedication to youth in the greater Boston area, and who will share their knowledge by volunteering in one of the YMCA's youth programs, such as the "College Bound Culture" program.
Top Woman in Finance, 2010
Women of Color Magazine Honoring Priya Nagrani for her strong commitment to her community, leadership, and senior status within the organization.
Top 40, 2010
Howard University School of Business Honoring Cecil St. Jules as one of the university's most distinguished and accomplished graduates at the School's 40th Anniversary Celebration.
All Inclusive Award, 2010
Color Magazine Honoring Deborah Minori for her leadership and dedication to inclusion.
Private Sector Woman of the Year, 2010
Financial Women's Association Honoring Karen Peetz as an outstanding woman in the industry.
Most Influential Woman in Asset Management, 2010
Financial News Awards for Excellence in Institutional Asset Management Europe Honoring Helena Morrissey for her achievements within the asset management industry in Europe.
40 Under 40, 2010
The Feminist Press Honoring Denise Morgenthaler and Sonal Patel as individuals who embody feminism in their work and lives.
Corporate Appreciation Award, 2010
National Hispanic Business Group Honoring Claire Scanlon for her work in promoting the use of minority-, women-, veteran-owned, and other qualifying small business enterprises throughout the firm.
Most Influential Women, 2010
Irish Voice Honoring Carol Andrews of AIS for success in the business world as well as contributions to the Irish – American community.
Wall Street 50, 2010
Irish America Honoring Brian Ruane, CEO of Alternative Investment Services (AIS), for standout success in the financial industry by Irish Americans or Irish-born.
50 Top Women in Wealth, 2010
Wealth Manager Honoring Doris Meister, BNY Mellon Wealth Management's regional president for the New York Tri-State market, for contributions and leadership in the industry.
Black Achievers in Industry, 2010
Harlem YMCA Honoring Oliver Byrd, SVP in Human Resources, and Emil Menzies, Managing Director and CIO of Corporate Trust Technology, for professional and civic accomplishments of African-American professionals who also serve as role models for young people.
Women United in Philanthropy Rising Star Award, 2010
United Way of New York City Recognizing Shayla Tramel as an emerging leader in making our community a better place to live and work.
Champion of Diversity, 2010 and 2009
Supplier Diversity Magazine Honoring Claire Scanlon for her commitment to supplier diversity.
100 Most Influential Women in EMEA Financial Markets, 2009
Financial News Honoring Nadine Chakar, Head of Asset Servicing for EMEA, and Helena Morrissey, CEO of Newton Investment Management for their influence and leadership in the company and market sector, as well as performance over the past year and career to date.
Pittsburgh Human Resources Leadership Award, 2009
Pittsburgh Business Times and HR Leadership Forum Honoring Lisa Peters, Chief Human Resources Officer, for her leadership in areas including the company's Global Diversity Strategies efforts.
Woman of Courage Award, 2009
La Alianza Hispana Honoring Celina Miranda, Manager in Public Affairs, for outstanding contributions as a Latina professional in the category of Philanthropy.
Top 25 Women of Power Impacting Diversity, 2009
DiversityPlus Magazine Honoring Darlane Hoffman, Managing Director for Global Sourcing, for significant supplier diversity contributions to the organization.
Fab 40 Under 40, 2009
New Pittsburgh Courier Honoring Elizabeth Birru of HR Metrics, Strategy and Communications as one of the Pennsylvania region's most promising young African Americans representing professions from government service to sports.
Fab 40 Under 40, 2009
Pittsburgh Magazine and the Pittsburgh Urban Magnet Project (PUMP) Honoring Stephanie Walker, Vice President and Director of Talent Acquisition Programs, as one of the Pennsylvania region's most promising individuals who is making a positive impact through for her work in talent acquisition and community development.
Peter C. Thorp Corporate Leadership Award, 2009
The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Honoring Geraldine Gallashaw, Chief Diversity Officer, for her commitment to helping the community, those less fortunate and society as a whole.
2009 Elaine Edmonds Award
Honoring Geraldine Gallashaw for her work with Black Achievers in Industry and more than 30 years of community service with the Harlem YMCA.
Women's Bond Club 2008 Merit Award
Women's Bond Club Honoring Karen Peetz, CEO of Issuer, Treasury & Broker-Dealer Services, in recognition of her significant contributions to the industry and support of women's diversity issues in the workplace.
20 on the Move, 2009 and 2008
Boston Business Journal and El Planeta Honoring Celina E. Miranda (2009) as a Hispanic professional making a difference in Boston.
Women of Distinction Award, 2008
Honoring Wanda Hill, Managing Director with the Investment Management Group; presented by Girl Scouts of America.
YMCA Black Achievers in Industry Award, 2009
Honoring Daisey Holmes, Head of Philanthropy and Employee Programs in the metro New York area.
Fundraising Recognition – Top Corporate Team, 2009
Honoring Griselda Morales-Lopez, Wendy Hemby and Rhonda Tharp; presented by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The Most Powerful Women in Banking – Top 3 Banking Teams, 2009
U.S. Banker and American Banker Honoring a team of 17 women in key roles at BNY Mellon.
The Team: Karen Peetz, Lisa Peters, Nadine Chakar, Regina Meredith-Carpeni, Helena Morrissey, Kathy Rulong, Susan Skerritt, Judy Verhave, Sheena Wilson, Debra Baker, Aniko Delaney, Wanda Hill, Stella Lagudis, Amy Pershing, Regina Stover, Jean Wynn, Priya Nagrani.
Annual Merit Award, 2008
Women's Bond Club Honoring Karen Peetz in recognition of her significant contributions to the industry and support of women's diversity issues in the workplace.
Fund Raising Recognition – Largest Dollar Increase in Company Support
The American Heart Association Recognizing the efforts of BNY Mellon's Women's Initiatives Network (WIN) Houston chapter.
Fund Raising Recognition – Top Corporate Team
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Honoring Griselda Morales-Lopez and Wendy Hemby.