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BNY Mellon, a global financial institution delivering pioneering financial services to its clients, today announced the opening of its new state-of-the-art office at Embassy Splendid TechZone in Chennai, India. Spread across 10 floors, the new space measures over 760,000 sq. ft. and will be the single largest facility for BNY Mellon in India, with the capacity to accommodate more than 4,000 employees. With this, BNY Mellon’s total footprint across its India offices is currently more than 1.36 million square feet, reinforcing India’s importance in the company’s global operations.

The office has been thoughtfully designed with elements that add vibrancy to the workspace, integrating curated art and culture elements along with the latest technology, helping foster an inclusive, engaging, and highly productive work environment. BNY Mellon places paramount focus on the well-being of their employees and has prioritized elements such as ergonomic furniture, height-adjustable workstations, quiet rooms, along with arrangements for special needs. Apart from engaging the local artist community to design tasteful murals and illustrations across the premises, the office will also host the company’s global art collection in India for the first time, providing a glimpse into BNY Mellon’s 230 plus years -old legacy.

Embassy Chennai is strategically located in Chennai’s fast-growing IT corridor, comprising a cluster of IT parks and associated infrastructure to support the city’s technology economy, including global capability centers. The new office also represents an important historical milestone for BNY Mellon’s operations in Chennai, marking their presence in the city for more than 20 years, and will accommodate different teams assisting global operations including Pershing X, a recently launched business unit within Pershing that will design innovative solutions for the advisory industry in India. India is currently home to BNY Mellon’s largest workforce outside of North America and the youngest by demographics.

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