Through times of calm and crisis, BNY Mellon’s perspective has made us the trusted steward of the financial system. To help our clients make stronger decisions, our experts explore the many angles of our industry.
Caroline Butler, BNY Mellon's Global Head of Custody, and Michael Shaulov, CEO and Co-founder of Fireblocks, discuss how the digital assets space is accelerating and becoming more mainstream in banking and finance.
Dr. Bernice A. King, CEO of the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, joins Catherine Keating, CEO of Wealth Management at BNY Mellon, to discuss her parents’ example of leading with compassion, the importance of allies and how to drive sustained social impact and change.
Ian Bremmer, President of Eurasia Group and GZERO Media, and Akash Shah, BNY Mellon’s Head of Strategy and Global Client Management, discuss the optimism emerging in today’s challenging times — how nations and individuals can rebuild trust, create a fair and just political and economic system, and find common ground and unity.
Former U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill joins our Head of Government Affairs and Public Policy Jennifer Xi to discuss the importance of trust in government at this extraordinary moment in U.S. history, as well as areas where the incoming administration may be able to gain bipartisan support.
Arianna Huffington, founder and CEO of Thrive Global, joins our Global Head of Human Resources Jolen Anderson to discuss how individuals and organizations benefit when they prioritize wellbeing during this period of unprecedented change. They also talk about the power of human connection and practical ‘microsteps’ that one can take to find downtime and recharge.
Morgan Stanley’s Carla Harris (Vice Chair, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor) joins BNY Mellon's Akash Shah (Head of Strategy and Global Client Management) and Madison Gray (Senior Specialist, Compliance Governance and Risk Architecture) on our latest podcast, where they discuss the need for a more diverse and inclusive workforce to improve innovation and to attract top talent. Carla also shares her passion for bringing one’s authentic self to the workplace to enhance company culture and create competitive advantage, as well as how taking risks and even making mistakes can be used to one’s own advantage for career progression.
The conversation continues as Kablawi, Chairman of International at BNY Mellon, and Admiral Stavridis, USN (Ret.), discuss the role the private sector can play to bring about meaningful change for a broad array of stakeholders, as well as how to find common ground with others who hold differing beliefs.
In the first of a two-part conversation that took place during a recent virtual client event, our Chairman of International Hani Kablawi and guest Admiral James Stavridis, USN (Ret), discuss the effective leadership traits that have withstood transitional moments throughout world history.
Even amid the chaos that has wreaked havoc on our world economy, an optimism has emerged that a digital transformation is well under way—one that will lead to more collaboration, flexibility and transparency. Our CEO Todd Gibbons and Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, discuss this vision of the future and how it might play out in financial services.
BNY Mellon Chairman of International Hani Kablawi explores how financial services companies have found inspiration in changing times, with a renewed search for purpose and value. They are driven by three megatrends: the rise of the individual investor, the importance of technology, and geopolitical and economic shifts.
How do you challenge what’s possible and bring boldness to innovation? Get key takeaways from Hans Brown, BNY Mellon’s Global Head of Innovation, who says now is the optimal time to experiment and reinvent. Hear how the “multiplier mindset” and rapid experimentation can create new outcomes for your organization; and why diversity in experience is critical to fostering a spirit of innovation.
Even with unprecedented global disruption, BNY Mellon has remained fully operational, showing our capacity to support clients when they need us most. Months before the pandemic hit, we reinforced our business continuity plan to prepare for any situation. Go “behind the scenes” on how BNY Mellon protected the health and safety of employees while maintaining operational strength and resiliency during one of the worst pandemics in history.
With the coronavirus pandemic, company employees and communities are facing unprecedented challenges. Working from home has become a juggling act, as managers need to ensure team cohesion and business continuity while moving the business forward. And corporate giving—whether of money, time or talent—must address the immediate needs of our communities in uncertain situations. Hear our experts discuss new approaches for helping employees and communities during this time.
With the turmoil markets are finding themselves in at the moment, we’re seeing behavior we haven’t seen before. In this new environment, those who commit cautiously will be rewarded. This podcast features our experts discussing the macroeconomic view of the global markets, availability of liquidity and what the path to recovery could look like.
With the onset of the pandemic, the sheer number of people working remotely invites new risks for companies -- including the heightened threat of cybercrime. Learn how we’ve implemented proactive cyber defenses to keep financial information safe. This podcast features our experts discussing cyber wargaming and how to keep information secure in an alternative work environment.