BNY Mellon has had a presence in Wrocław, Poland since 2010. Supporting BNY Mellon’s ongoing strategy to optimise infrastructure and support global growth plans, the location has functioned as one of six Global Delivery Centres around the world, since early 2012.
The Poland Global Delivery Centre (Poland GDC) is a growing location, predominately providing support services to BNY Mellon entities in the areas of fund accounting and investment operations.
The Operations team in Poland provides support services to BNY Mellon entities in respect of the following:
The Investment Services team in Poland provides support services to BNY Mellon entities in respect of the following:
The multi-disciplinary Technology teams provide resiliency engineering, software development, production services, information security and lifecycle management capabilities by adding differentiating edges to our go to market products and services.
Other corporate functions within BNY Mellon located in Poland include:
The Risk & Compliance organisation is an independent oversight function providing assurance that BNY Mellon is operating within its defined risk framework. Our team in Wroclaw contributes to oversight of Compliance & Ethics and Credit, Capital, Market, Operational and Technology Risk Management, as well as integrating enterprise risk data, reporting, analytics, and modeling efforts to BNY Mellon’s risk management framework. BNY Mellon Science is a consortium of quantitative professionals and part of the Risk and Compliance function in Wroclaw.
The Poland Global Delivery Centre also supports various functions within the company in areas including:
BNY Mellon (Poland) Sp. z o.o.
Address: Swobodna 3, 50-088 Wrocław, Poland
Registry Court: Sąd Rejonowy dla Wrocławia Fabrycznej we Wrocławiu, VI Wydział Gospodarczy Krajowego Rejestru Sądowego
KRS: 0000285336 NIP: 5252396885 REGON: 141002739
Share capital: 51.000,00 PLN
Tel. +48 71 379 8200 Fax: +48 71 379 8911
Directors: Ewa Carr-de Avelon (Poland), Heather Crowley-Kerr (Poland), Carol Andrews (Ireland), Joseph G. Wheatley (Ireland), Janet Mary Johnstone (UK).