June 27, 2016

How We Earn Trust: Invested in quality and integrity

Invested in quality and integrity

The world’s leading organizations and investors know they can count on our people to advise and execute on critical investment decisions, and to operate with unquestioned integrity. That trust is earned every day through our commitment to speaking out and standing up for what’s right.

In case you missed it, our editors are sharing some of their favorite stories about our robust risk culture and the framework that guides our decisions and actions. And to learn more about how BNY Mellon’s people set it apart, explore our People Report.

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On the importance of restoring trust in financial services
Michael Cole-Fontayn, BNY Mellon’s EMEA Chairman, discusses the Senior Managers Regime and why it’s critical that the industry demonstrates a culture change.

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Risk Culture at BNY Mellon
James Wiener, BNY Mellon’s Chief Risk Officer, discusses how BNY Mellon thinks about risk culture from individual ownership to measurement.

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Embedding and Reinforcing our Risk Culture
Monique Herena, BNY Mellon's Chief Human Resources Officer, discusses how BNY Mellon considers its risk culture through a Human Resources lens and what that means for employees starting at recruitment.

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Technology and Risk Management
Lucille Mayer, BNY Mellon’s Chief Information Officer of Client Experience Delivery, discusses how BNY Mellon uses technology to monitor and mitigate risk to protect its clients’ interests.