Established in 1784, The Bank of New York Mellon (BNY Mellon) is an American investments company. BNY Mellon provides investment management, investment services and wealth management for institutions and individuals all over the world.
The Bank of New York Mellon participates in deposit guarantee scheme of the United Kingdom. This scheme covers accounts up to 85 000 GBP per bank per depositor.
The Bank of New York Mellon is headquartered in London.
|Yes (up to 85 000 GBP per depositor)|
Deposit Guarantee Schemes compensate certain deposits held by depositors of a bank that becomes unable to meet its obligations.
All credit institutions operating in the United Kingdom are obliged to participate in the United Kingdom's deposit guarantee scheme.
In the case of The Bank of New York Mellon failure, eligible depositors having covered accounts in this bank will be paid out the following compensation:
|Eligible Depositors||private individuals, small companies|
|Maximum Protected Amount||85 000 GBP|
|Paid In Currency||GBP|
MFI ID (Monetary Financial Institution Identifier) is a code, unique to each institution in the MFI list provided by ECB (European Central Bank). MFI ID is hence applicable to MFIs resident in the European Union.
The code is alphanumerical, with the first two digits representing the two-digit ISO code for the country of residence of the MFI and the remaining number of digits (no limit has been specified) is any combination of alphanumerical characters.
MFI ID of The Bank of New York Mellon is shown in the table below.
Company Registration Number is a distinctive code issued upon registration of a new company. This code can be used to find data about the company in a national company register.
The Bank of New York Mellon operates under the brand of the same name (The Bank of New York Mellon) which has presence in the following European countries and selected dependent territories of the European countries:
The following banks operating under The Bank of New York Mellon brand name has been recently closed down: