Investment Management

We offer well-diversified capabilities that are risk aware and can be customized for client needs.

Investment Management Profile

BNY Mellon is the world’s largest multi-boutique investment manager*, encompassing BNY Mellon’s globally diversified investment boutiques, wealth management and global distribution companies. We combine the scale of a full-service investment manager with the focused expertise of autonomous investment boutiques, each with their own style, strategy and management team.

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In a CNBC Fast Money interview, Standish CEO and CIO David Leduc discusses China’s investment relations with the United States and whether they are selling U.S. Treasurys.

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*BNY Mellon Investment Management Fact Sheet, as of December 31, 2015.

Investment products (other than deposit products) referenced here (including money market funds) are not insured by the FDIC (or any other state or federal agency), are not deposits of or guaranteed by BNY Mellon or any bank or non-bank subsidiary thereof, and are subject to investment risk, including the loss of principal amount invested.

1 Investment advisory services in North America are provided through four different SEC-registered investment advisers using the brand Insight Investment: Cutwater Asset Management Corp, Cutwater Investor Services Corp, Pareto New York LLC and Pareto Investment Management Limited.

2 Minority Interest.

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