Source: The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation
BNY Mellon Asset Servicing, the global leader in securities servicing, announced that it has completed the integration of its Web-based information delivery platforms, giving clients the option of a single common portal from which to access account information as well as a host of new features.
The newly integrated Workbench portal provides single sign-on access to all online applications for BNY Mellon Asset Servicing. The integrated portal with its enhanced capabilities was a key deliverable for the Asset Servicing business when the two firms merged in July 2007.
Using the new Workbench portal, users can now customize their global custody reports from a list of 12 global languages - from German to Mandarin - as well as by their preferred global time zone, date and number formats, and security identifiers. Reporting also has been upgraded to provide users with 24x7 real-time access to cash, custody and lending information in either drill-down web query, PDF, or user-customizable data file formats. Clients can schedule reports for automatic email, print, save or FTP delivery.
"These powerful new features give clients the ability to quickly log-in, research, report and download information on their global accounts in their local language and time zone," said Steve Boor, global information delivery product manager for BNY Mellon Asset Servicing. "We're working with clients to roll-out the integrated and upgraded Workbench portal, which makes for a richer, more dynamic and personalized web experience for our clients worldwide."
"When our two companies merged little more than a year ago, a single web platform and seamless transition for Asset Servicing clients were made a top priority," said Dan Wywoda, head of Global Product Management for BNY Mellon Asset Servicing. "We've delivered on that promise with the newly expanded Workbench, and users are seeing the benefits at once."