BNY Mellon leads US custody banks’ assets increase

The three largest US custody banks reported a $690 billion increase in assets under custody and administration (Auca) in the third quarter of the year, with BNY Mellon leading the charge. 

Total Auca stood at $94.4 trillion at end-September, up 0.8% quarter-on-quarter and 1.6% year-on-year.


BNY Mellon’s Auca increased on the quarter by $300 billion (0.9%) to $35.8 trillion; JP Morgan’s $245 billion (1%) to $25.7 trillion; and State Street’s $145 billion (0.4%) to $32.9 trillion.


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