The Bank of New York Mellon opens a new branch in Denmark

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The Bank of New York Mellon SA/NV has opened a new branch in Denmark. The branch in Copenhagen will provide support for existing and prospective clients seeking access to BNY Mellon’s global capabilities and innovative solutions. 

Leonique van Houwelingen, CEO of the European Bank, says: “We have been conducting business in this region for more than a century and the opening of our newest European Bank branch is yet another step in our ambitious international growth strategy.  Our partnerships in Denmark and the wider Nordics are deep and enduring and we have the breadth of experience and the technological infrastructure to meet the needs of large, sophisticated pension schemes and other asset owners and managers in the region. BNY Mellon is a truly global bank and we’re excited that this new branch will drive growth and allow clients to access our capabilities around the world more seamlessly.”

Søren Eberhard established the Copenhagen representative office in 2008 and will become Branch Manager. He has over 35 years’ experience in investment services and general management in international companies and prior to joining BNY Mellon in 2005 Søren worked at Danske Bank A/S where he was Global Head of Securities Services.
The European Bank has offices in Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands and works with a wide range of asset managers, insurance companies, financial institutions, pension funds and other clients throughout Europe, offering asset servicing and ancillary services, corporate trust, markets and clearing and collateral management services.