An Interesting Speculative Play in Finance at BNY Mellon

Beyond the potential repatriations windfall, there is something else really fascinating about Bank of New York Mellon (BNY) – it is a potential cryptocurrency play. Mellon has been actively researching and experimenting with blockchain and altcoins; while finance industry leaders have been badmouthing them.
BNY Mellon is listed as one of the participants in the Ethereum Enterprise Alliance (EEA).
To add icing to the cake, BNY Mellon is also participating in the Linux Foundation’s Hyperledger Project.

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The Value in Finance Bank of New York Mellon

Trump has proposed a tax holiday to let companies bring the money back, something that might be politically impossible to sell to Congress. Although a Republican Congress did give President George W. Bush a tax holiday in 2004 when two thirds of the earnings were repatriated, Wells noted.

If such a holiday were to occur; and it is a big if, a lot of the money would come through BNY Mellon. CNBC estimated that companies would bring $1.7 trillion back to the U.S. That might generate fees for Bank of New York which moves funds for big companies.

Such a holiday might be unlikely now because few Congressmen or Senators would want to be seen giving big corporations a huge tax break in today’s political climate. Hostility to Wall Street and big business is running high and destroying the careers of politicians seen as puppets of moneyed interest such as Hillary Clinton.

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Is Bank of New York Mellon the best Value in FinTech?

Bank of New York Mellon is not just a bank with offices in Manhattan it is a FinTech play. BNY Mellon is one of four major banks developing the Utility Settlement Coin or USC, with the technology companies Icap and Clearmatics, Crowdfund Insider reported.

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