Profile: Jim Maitland, Bank of New York Mellon


Last year may have seen record bond issuance, but regulatory reform and uncertainty over the economy could make 2010 a bumpy, rather than bumper year, the head of the international trust business at Bank of New York Mellon tells Credit.

For a bank that generates a large part of its revenues from servicing debt finance transactions, 2009 was a good year for Bank of New York Mellon. According to Dealogic, global DCM volume reached $6.1 trillion in 2009, up 38% from 2008, with corporate bond

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