BNY Mellon results hit by legal costs


BNY Mellon has said it included an additional after-tax legal expense of $598m to its reported fourth-quarter results, anticipating resolution of foreign exchange-related actions and other matters.

Reuters reports that the expense would lower net income to $209m, the company said.

BNY Mellon disclosed in a filing in January that U.S. regulators were considering charging it with violating U.S. foreign bribery laws after an investigation into internships it gave to relatives of sovereign wealth fund officials.

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BNY Mellon restates Q4 results to add $598 mln in legal costs

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