Investors left unsure which was blander at Bank of New York Mellon's first investor conference in three years on Tuesday: the tuna salad lunch wraps or the financial targets.

Chief Executive Gerald Hassell, flanked by his senior leaders at 101 Barclay St. in Manhattan, laid out before concerned investors a grand plan that they said will produce 17% to 19% returns on common equity for the period 2015 to 2017.

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