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SUNY Brockport | CIBC Mellon | Case Study | | Nicolas Iannucci | 9/21/2013 |

This case study will include a brief summary of CIBC Mellon’s history, mission, and structure; A SWOT analysis; Finally an “Analysis of Competing Hypotheses” with a prediction for CIBC Mellon’s future. |

Part I. Introduction, Structure, Mission & Vision 1. Introduction: Founded in 1996, CIBC Mellon is 50-50 jointly owned by Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) and The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon), the world’s largest custodian. CIBC Mellon provides asset servicing solutions, including custody, multicurrency accounting, fund administration, unit holder recordkeeping, pension services and securities lending services, for institutions and corporations. They have over 1,000 people supporting more than 1,200 clients. As of June 30, 2013, CIBC Mellon held more than CAD$1.2 trillion of assets under administration. CIBC Mellon is headquartered in Toronto, with offices across Canada. 2. Corporate structure: CIBC Mellon seems to have an SBU form of the multidivisional structure for implementing a related linked strategy. 3. Vision: “To be the best asset servicing provider in Canada.” Mission: (based on the values) “To meet, and whenever possible, exceed the expectations of our clients.”…...

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