The proposed merger between Mellon Financial and The Bank of New York will create a money management powerhouse, with the resulting firm having global reach into both the retail and institutional markets, Dow Jones reports.

The firm will offer a wide array of asset management and custody services, said Ronald O’Hanley, chief executive officer of Mellon Asset Management, who will oversee the asset management division of the merged entity.

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