Quiz

In 1784 our founder, Alexander Hamilton, invested in America and started what is today the nation's longest-running bank. You could say, "the buck started here."

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The Bank of New York opened for business with just $500,000 of capital. Alexander Hamilton, financial leader and respected New York lawyer, wrote its constitution and became one of the bank’s directors. Where in lower Manhattan did the Bank of New York open?


Today, BNY Mellon is an established leader in the custody business with $336 trillion in assets under custody, and BNY Mellon Investment Management is the world's seventh largest asset manager. How much does BNY Investment Management have in assets under management (as of September 30, 2018)?


In 1782, a group of 24 stockbrokers signed an Agreement outside 68 Wall Street under a buttonwood tree, creating the first organized stock market in NYC. The Bank of New York was the first non-government security traded. What was the agreement called?


The Bank of New York has eight boutiques, and this multi-boutique model allows us to offer clients the specialist skills of focused, independent investment businesses and take advantage of the economies of scale that come with a large parent. BNY Mellon has boutiques with industry leaders from which categories?

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