The private asset management division of The Dreyfus Corp. of New York, is planning to offer 13 new funds to high-net-worth clients.

MPAM Advisers of New York will offer domestic and international stock funds and fixed-income funds, according to a registration statement filed with the SEC April 14. The funds are designed for clients of Mellon's private asset management group, according to the registration statement. Dreyfus is a subsidiary of Mellon Financial Corp. of Pittsburgh.

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