BNY Mellon and Bloomberg to deliver front-to-back integration capabilities
September 18, 2019

The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation and Bloomberg have today announced a strategic alliance that they say further integrates BNY Mellon's data, analytics and servicing capabilities with AIM, Bloomberg's portfolio management, trading and compliance solution.

They say the new connectivity streamlines data delivery between the two firms and enables clients to access BNY Mellon's data and analytical workflow tools directly through Bloomberg AIM, delivering unique capabilities and insights to investors, technology leaders, and risk and operations professionals.

They add that these integrated solutions, available today, will benefit clients across many core processes along the investment lifecycle. With automated connectivity and standardized data delivery between Bloomberg AIM and BNY Mellon, common clients will experience faster onboarding, higher straight-through processing rates and more efficient data exchanges.

Clients will be able to leverage BNY Mellon's industry-leading reporting and transaction applications together with AIM's oversight functions, providing all the details and drill down capabilities to support settlement cycles and accurate tradable positions in one place.





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The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation and Bloomberg have today announced a strategic alliance that they say further integrates BNY Mellon's data, analytics and servicing capabilities with AIM, Bloomberg's portfolio management, trading and compliance solution.

They say the new connectivity streamlines data delivery between the two firms and enables clients to access BNY Mellon's data and analytical workflow tools directly through Bloomberg AIM, delivering unique capabilities and insights to investors, technology leaders, and risk and operations professionals.

They add that these integrated solutions, available today, will benefit clients across many core processes along the investment lifecycle. With automated connectivity and standardized data delivery between Bloomberg AIM and BNY Mellon, common clients will experience faster onboarding, higher straight-through processing rates and more efficient data exchanges.

Clients will be able to leverage BNY Mellon's industry-leading reporting and transaction applications together with AIM's oversight functions, providing all the details and drill down capabilities to support settlement cycles and accurate tradable positions in one place.



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