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We bring together our experts, technology and operational strengths to offer effective solutions that help our clients manage their risk, capital and liquidity needs.


From Trading, Financing and Liquidity to Digital Trends and Regulation.

Hear from our experts and your peers on these and other timely topics in our new content series: Aerial View. Our mission is to deliver the most useful reference materials, roadmaps and metrics for your biggest financial and investing decisions, helping you stay at the cutting edge of markets.

The finest resources, assembled. Helping you navigate the non-cleared margin rules. custody. collateral. financing. trading. liquidity.

Introducing the Non-Cleared Margin Rules

A seismic change is underway in global financial markets.

Requirements to post initial margin on non-cleared over the counter derivatives are being implemented in many of the world’s major economies, presenting a number of funding, legal, operational and compliance challenges for market participants.

With buy-side entities in-scope under the rules in 2019 and 2020, BNY Mellon has developed a comprehensive online resource to decipher the requirements and instruct clients on how to comply.

Our focus is to provide expertise and solutions that help clients manage risk, address liquidity needs and drive performance.


Capital Markets U.S.

BNY Mellon Capital Markets, LLC (Capital Markets) offers securities underwriting and sales and trading for a wide range of investments.


Collateral Management and Segregation

As you navigate market changes and assess the impact on your business, leverage our vision and capabilities to help you seize new opportunities.


Foreign Exchange

BNY Mellon's global presence and foreign exchange capabilities allow you to transact in a variety of currencies in developed, emerging and frontier markets


Liquidity Services

BNY Mellon’s Liquidity Services provide sophisticated real-time tools to assist you in managing your liquidity and margin requirements.

Securities Finance

Securities financing tools to source liquidity, borrow securities, and lend securities to help enhance portfolio returns.


What Makes BNY Mellon Different?

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$22 billion FX gross US dollar equivalent average daily client volume3

$3 trillion

$3 trillion in inventory of lendable assets for securities lending4

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Global in scope, regional in design, local in delivery

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The Aerial View

The Aerial View delivers perceptive, reliable and succinct financial commentary, sharing unique perspectives honed by our commentators’ decades of experience in FX, fixed income and equity markets.

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Discover Why Collateral is the New Performance Driver

This landmark study – conducted in association with PwC – provides insights on the demand-supply imbalances that are being experienced by buy-side firms as a result of regulations, such as uncleared margin requirements, as well as the possible solutions financial end users are exploring to source liquidity.

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Fixed Income and Repo Market Update

At a recent webinar, our experts discussed how money market fund reform, expanding central bank balance sheets and increased regulatory requirements are shaping the fixed income and repo markets and securities financing strategies.

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The Value of Active Treasury Management

Asset managers allocate cash across numerous locations, including clearing houses, counterparties, prime brokers and elsewhere. Actively managing the treasury function enables investors to identify these cash pools, consolidate balances and make short-term investments to generate revenue.

Securities Finance Regulatory Update


Securities Finance Regulatory Update 2017

At our October 2017 Securities Finance Regulatory Update webinar, we discussed the current regulatory climate and the impact of regulation on securities finance. 

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Single Counterparty Credit Limits

Our Single Counterparty Credit Limits (SCCL) guide has what you need to know about the proposed rules capping aggregate net credit exposure which may impact the securities lending market.

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Collateral Solutions for a Changing Market

In this third paper in our collateral management series, we explore a range of innovative solutions available from BNY Mellon that can help financial institutions and institutional investors meet today’s collateral challenges. 

Securities Financing Transactions Regulation

Securities Financing Transactions Regulation

SFTR requirements introduce significant changes and present challenges for the securities finance industry.  


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1Services provided in the United States by BNY Mellon Capital Markets, LLC, member FINRA, SIPC and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon). Services provided to clients in the European Economic Area by BNY Mellon Capital Markets EMEA Limited (company no. 03766757), authorized and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority UK under registration number 580200 and operates from its registered office at 1 Canada Square, London E14 5AL, and a wholly owned subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation. Please contact your BNY Mellon representative for services available outside the United States and the European Economic Area.

2Prime brokerage services are provided by Pershing LLC, a FINRA registered broker-dealer. Pershing Prime Services is a service of Pershing LLC, member FINRA, NYSE, SIPC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon). For professional use only. Not for distribution to the public.

3 Daily average was calculated for the period January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016 (includes both sides of swaps).

4As of December 31, 2016, and includes assets of CIBC Mellon clients. CIBC Mellon is the brand name for CIBC Mellon Trust Company and CIBC Mellon Global Securities Services Company, each a joint venture between BNY Mellon (50%) and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (50%). Securities lending for CIBC Mellon clients is transacted through The Bank of New York Mellon as agent, and is part of The Bank of New York Mellon Agency Lending Program.

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