BNY Mellon Asset Servicing Develops iPad App

BNY Mellon launched a new Apple iPad app, dubbed Workbench Mobile. The solution allows the firm's institutional clients to authorize cash instructions, access reports from the previous 10 days, check out the firm's regulatory news releases and look up exposure to issuers.

There is also a valuation dashboard that allows the user to drill down into account valuation changes and chart by manager, asset type, currency, country or security. Workbench Mobile is available through the App Store through BNY Mellon Connect Mobile.

"Plan sponsors and investment managers increasingly are using their mobile devices to stay informed, take action, and be more productive no matter where they happen to be," says Dan Wywoda, head of global product management for BNY Mellon Asset Servicing. "From proprietary systems to web-based platforms and now mobile apps, we're witnessing a revolutionary liberation of data that's transformed how people do business and how industries like ours need to respond. We worked closely with our mobile technology client advisory group to design the new app, ensuring their feedback was built into the final product, including the vital need for maintaining a protected, secure environment."

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