Bank of New York Mellon said it would cut $650 million in costs over the next three years and be prepared to settle disputes involving its fees for foreign exchange transactions.
The custody bank and asset servicer said it would consolidate some locations, reduce the number of computer applications it uses and bring software development in-house.
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