The Bank of New York Mellon Trust (Japan), Ltd.

  • Established:  October 16th 1985
  • Head Office:  Marunouchi Trust Tower Main, 1-8-3 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
  • Capital:  JPY 2.5 billion
  • Shareholder:  Global Investment Servicing (Luxembourg) S.a.r.l. (Subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon)
  • Number of employees:  44 (Including Executive Directors, Contract workers and employees having concurrent positions at affiliate companies)
  • Main areas of business:  Trust services, Banking services, Business services as a registered financial institution
  • Registration number:  Registered as a Financial Institution with the Director of the Kanto Finance Bureau, (Toukin) no. 607

Executive Directors

Representative Director, President: Malcolm B. Podmore
Representative Director: Hiromu Chuma
Executive Director (non-full time): Douglas L. Hymas
Executive Director (non-full time): Natalie Ann Williams
Executive Director (non-full time): Kenneth Cheong
Executive Director (non-full time): Daniel M. Lander
Statutory Auditor (full time): Yasuo Takashima

Business Services

The Bank of New York Mellon Trust (Japan), Ltd. provides securities trust (both investment and administration type) and escrow services in Japanese market as one of BNY Mellon Markets’ units.

Drawing on the wisdom and experience built up by The Bank of New York Mellon Group in international markets, we have a solid foundation of trust backed up by our long history as a financial institution, as well as our considerable network. We believe that this is what enables The Bank of New York Mellon Trust (Japan), Ltd. to deliver high-quality products and services to meet the needs of our Japanese clients.

Trust Business

The Bank of New York Mellon Trust (Japan), Ltd. has thus far built its business services around securities trust and also provides escrow trust.

Asset Under Trust (as of September 2018)

JPY 1,634 billion

Other Services

The Bank of New York Mellon Trust (Japan), Ltd. provides custody service at collateral finance transaction such as foreign currency repo trade.

Basic Policy on Fiduciary Duties

Conflict of Interest Management Policy

Solicitation Policy

Policies on Prevention & Elimination of Relationships with Anti-Social Forces

Personal Information Protection Policies