BNY Mellon opens a new branch in Denmark

The new Copenhagen branch will provide technological infrastructure to Nordic pension schemes, other asset owners and asset managers. Two of the largest regional pension schemes are among its clients. 

Photo: Sebastien Pirlet/Reuters/Ritzau Scanpix/REUTERS / X02380

Global investments company BNY Mellon has opened a new branch in Copenhagen through its European subsidiary, The Bank of New York Mellon. The new branch will provide support for existing and prospective clients seeking access to BNY Mellon’s capabilities, the company writes in a press statement.

According to Leonique van Houwelingen, CEO of the European division, BNY Mellon has been conducting business in the Nordic region for more than a century, and the opening of a new The Bank of New York Mellon branch in Europe is another step in an international growth strategy.

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