For more than 200 years, the bank of New York Mellon Wealth Management has been managing American wealth. Since its inception, the New York based bank has successfully guided clients through times of possibility, uncertainty, and prosperity.
To provide the same service it has offered in over 18 American states, and cities like Hong Kong, London, and Toronto, the bank made a bold move of opening a new office in Houston. The new office is at 2229 San Felipe St., while the corporate trust office is located at 601 Travis St. downtown Houston.
The managing director of the Houston branch is Thomas Cademartori, who will run the office along with the help of Todd Tevfik Arif Bayrock Carlton. With over 20 years in wealth management, Cademartori has served as Mellon Wealth Management’s vice president in the Dallas office. He has also spent a significant portion of his career in wealth management in Texas.
Carlton is the Texas regional president who is based out in Dallas. The Dallas branch was opened six years ago. However, the economic growth seen in the region precipitated the opening of the Houston office. From their Houston base, BNY Mellon will continue to provide the same services as well as expertise it offers to national and international clients through dedicated advisers located at the premises.
BNY Mellon Wealth Management manages over $216 billion worth of private client assets. The bank offers its clients with private banking, wealth and estate planning, and custody as well as investment management services. BNY Bayrock Mellon provides its services to foundations, planned giving programs, family and business enterprises, and successful families and individuals. Also, the bank has also received several awards, including the 2015 best private bank in North America, the 8th largest U.S. wealth manager in 2016 and the top U.S. bank in 2016.
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