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World-Class Ambition

March 2016

Tracy Nickl

“The world is changing rapidly, and our management team has an exciting, innovative vision that enables us to be nimble and flexible to change as things move.”

Tracy Nickl
Head of Relationship Development, Americas – Asset Servicing

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Our people come from a variety of disciplines, possess a broad array of skills and represent a myriad of cultures and backgrounds. They include some of the sharpest, most innovative minds in the financial services industry. And they’re the reason BNY Mellon is unlike any other company.

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We apply the same rigor in managing talent as we do any other critical asset. In 2015, we identified the capabilities needed to win today and in the future.

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BNY Mellon’s Play to Win sets out our company’s strategy, linking our vision and mission with where we play, how we win and the capabilities we need to succeed in the eyes of our clients, shareholders and employees. To win, we have to engage the hearts and minds of all of our stakeholders. Helping people and communities realize their full potential, globally, is at the center of what we do.

Top Reasons to Stay at BNY Mellon
Why Our People Stay

Retaining our top talent is a top priority. We seek to provide our people with opportunities to design and drive their careers, to develop new skills and experience new challenges.

Hiring From Within

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32 percent of open positions at BNY Mellon are filled internally.

Source: BNY Mellon

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Internal fill rate: Twice as much as companies inside our industry.

Source: The Bersin by Deloitte benchmark for banking/financial services organizations

Hani Kablawi

“I have never been in the same role for more than four years. That’s the biggest reason I stay — the opportunity to learn, develop and grow within the firm.”

Hani Kablawi
Chief Executive Officer of EMEA Asset Servicing

Attracting and Retaining Top Leaders

  • Most Powerful Women in Banking

    Karen Peetz, President, BNY Mellon, named among The 25 Most Powerful Women in Banking, 2015, American Banker. Learn more

  • Tech 50 Awards

    John Lehner, CEO of BNY Mellon’s Technology Solutions Group and Chairman of Eagle Investment Systems, named to the 2015 Tech 50 Awards, Institutional Investor. Learn more

  • Leading 100 LGBT Executives List

    Dan Crisp, Chief Information Risk Officer and Head of Technology Compliance, EMEA, named to the 2015 Leading 100 LGBT Executives List, Financial Times and LGBT business network OUTstanding. Learn more

  • Expert Contributors

    Trusted insights. Financial experts. Want to meet more of these influential thought leaders? Learn more

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At BNY Mellon, diversity and inclusion underpin our market leadership, drive integration across our businesses and unite a high-performing, global team. The diverse perspectives and experiences of our people fuel breakthroughs, innovation and transformation and make BNY Mellon the stand-out choice for ambitious clients, talented professionals and top undergraduates. It’s why we’re committed to diversity and inclusion and look for people with a variety of strengths, skills and passions.

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We continue to invest in attracting highly talented people. We have strengthened the service and quality of our talent acquisition capabilities by enhancing recruiting roles, processes, technologies and tools.

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We recruit at many prestigious universities in the U.S, including Carnegie Mellon University, Columbia University, Duke University, New York University, University of Pennsylvania and University of Pittsburgh; and at Nottingham, Manchester, Bath, the University of Cambridge, the University of Oxford and many others in the UK and Ireland.

BNY Mellon attracts talent from colleges and universities all over the world.

Take a look at our Talent Acquisition Events calendar.

Generation Next

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2.9 percent hire rate out of more than 300,000 applications received annually

Source: BNY Mellon

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40 percent of our workforce is made up of Millennials

Source: BNY Mellon

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25 percent of our Millennial population has been here five or more years

Source: BNY Mellon

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Recognizing that fostering a shared journey with opportunities for joint experiences can more deeply embed learning, BNY Mellon introduced Crossing the Finish Line (CFL) in 2015.

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We take great pride in our highly selective Emerging Leaders Program, an initiative that attracts top undergraduate university students interested in a business career in the financial industry.

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Recognizing that fostering a shared journey with opportunities for joint experiences can more deeply embed learning, BNY Mellon introduced Crossing the Finish Line (CFL) in 2015.

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Monique R. Herena
Do you want to know more about BNY Mellon’s People Report?
Monique R. Herena
Chief Human Resources Officer and Senior Executive Vice President, Human Resources, Marketing & Corporate Affairs
BKPeopleReport@bnymellon.com
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Recognizing that fostering a shared journey with opportunities for joint experiences can more deeply embed learning, BNY Mellon introduced Crossing the Finish Line (CFL) in 2015.