Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Washington, DC – November 13, 2013
The company is great with diversity with in the administrative career arena and very accommodating to family life. Although advancement and pay increase is rare however it's definitely a company for career stability.
Productive, fast paced, ever changing financial industry
Professional Development Trainer (Current Employee), syracuse, new york – October 27, 2014
Meetings and interaction with all levels of management up to the C suite. Learn something new every day, with enhancements, new systems, regulations, risk awareness, time management, and much more. Co-workers are all very professional. There really is no "hard" part of the day, I guess the hardest part is finding time to take a lunch break when I can. – more... :) I feel that the most enjoyable part of any job is learning something new every day, and being able to spread that knowledge throughout the teams, so every one can take advantage of it. Knowledge is power. – less
Model Validation Summer Intern (Former Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – October 19, 2014
Having interned in Model Validation of BNY Mellon, I validated Foreign Exchange Forward Model provided by QuIC company by comparing it with own valuation model. I built up model by applying Matlab and Excel on large amounts of market data. More importantly, I was able to use what I learned in class to deal with real financial problems. In the mean time, – more... I improved my oral business English and writing. – less
Senior Specialist (Current Employee), King of Prussia, PA – October 19, 2014
Pros: work/life balance
Cons: limited career growth
The benefits and learning experience for starting your career is good. Advancement is not an option to further your career or get promoted to other positions. Environment is okay but alot of hard work for not enough money.
• Discussions with team members and business users on the System requirement document to cover the functionality, technical issues and scope of work.
Java Developer (Former Employee), Mellon, QC – October 17, 2014
Client Data Operations Clerk (Former Employee), Oriskany NY – October 14, 2014
Pros: 2 15 breaks 1/2 lunch
Cons: caddy people do a million jobs for little pay
They let people get away with being Rude to eachother. If you have information about anothe employee that could hurt the reputation of the company don't bother saying anything to HR. They will find reasons to let you go.
Lead Developer (Current Employee), Pittsburgh, PA – October 10, 2014
BNY Mellon has been mostly enjoyable I have worked with people from all parts of the globe and have learned a lot about code and life. The hours are demanding and sometimes long support for the application is 24/7 and can be intense at times.
• Responsible for processing all initial and final collateral reviews based on Service level agreements
• Manage investments and handle the servicers operations, performance and fraud needs
• Verify and Identify that documents obtained and stored in our security vaults are authentic and meet servicer guidelines to include but not limited to audit – more... of exceptions and updates to the systems accordingly and communicating the information obtained reviewed and authenticated to both internal and external clients. – less