BNY Mellon investors reject chairman-CEO split, WSJ reports Bank of New York Mellon's investors have voted against a proposal that would have required splitting the roles of chairman and CEO, the Wall Street Journal reports. About 78% of shareholders voted against the proposal to split the roles. Meanwhile, investors voted to approve the bank's executive pay program, and CEO Gerald Hassell rejected calls to spin off the bank's asset management unit. Reference Link
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