As one of the world’s largest investments companies, BNY Mellon understands that central banks face distinctive challenges depending on their mandates and objectives, whether they are central banks, sovereign wealth funds or national pension plans. These distinctions drive the kinds of risk-efficient solutions we custom design for each institution, leveraging our full-service capabilities across investment management and investment services. At a time of historic market changes, we work with our central bank clients to understand the totality of their investment needs.
As the world’s largest custodian of sovereign institution assets, asset safety is at the forefront of all we do. It drives our commitment to managing operational risk and providing best-in-class performance analysis and attribution.
Our outcome-oriented solutions draw on expertise across:
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