| Bank of New York Mellon divides its businesses into two business segments, Investment Services and Investment and Wealth Management. Co. also has an Other segment, which includes the leasing portfolio, corporate treasury activities (including Co.'s securities portfolio), derivatives and other trading activity, corporate and bank-owned life insurance, renewable energy investments and business exits. Co.'s two principal U.S. banking subsidiaries engage in trust and custody activities, investment management services, banking services and various securities-related activities. Co. has four other U.S. bank and/or trust company subsidiaries focusing on trust products and services across the U.S. |
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