Bank of New York Mellon Corporation was formed as a bank holding company The Company is in business since 1784. It is a global investments company. businesses into two principal segments, Investment Management and Investment Services. The Company has an other segment, which includes credit-related services, the leasing portfolio, corporate treasury activities, its equity investment in Wing Hang Bank Limited, its equity interest in ConvergEx Group, business exits and corporate overhead. Its two principal banks are: The Bank of New York Mellon, a New York state chartered bank, which houses its Investment Services businesses, including Asset Servicing, Issuer Services, Treasury Services, Broker-Dealer and Advisor Services as well as the bank-advised business of Asset Management. BNY Mellon, National Association (BNY Mellon, N.A.), a nationally-chartered bank, which houses its Wealth Management business. The Company's two principal U.S. banks engage in trust and custody activities, investment management services, banking services and various securities-related activities. They have four other U.S. bank and/or trust companies concentrating on trust products and services across the United States: The Bank of New York Mellon Trust Company, National Association, BNY Mellon Trust of Delaware, BNY Mellon Investment Servicing Trust Company and BNY Mellon Trust Company of Illinois. Its asset management businesses, along with its Pershing businesses, are direct or indirect non-bank subsidiaries of BNY Mellon. The Company's Investment Management business competes with asset management firms, hedge funds, investment banking companies and other financial services companies, including trust banks, brokerage firms, and insurance companies. Its Investment Services business competes with domestic and foreign financial services firms that offer custody services, corporate trust services, clearing services, collateral services, credit services. The Company's branches and subsidiaries outside the United States are subject to regulation by non-U.S. regulatory authorities in addition to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System.