As customers continue to move online, Bank of New York Mellon Corp. has decided to shutter nine wealth management branches that were hit particularly hard by the lack of foot traffic.
The nine offices were in Pittsburgh, the suburbs around New York City, and around Philadelphia, said company spokesman, Kevin Heine.
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