After the ‘Shark Tank’ event: How BNY Mellon is Broadening Innovation Impact

By Kelsey Alpaio, Staff Writer

On ABC’s hit reality show “Shark Tank,” aspiring entrepreneurs vie for investment from a panel of industry “sharks.”

The Bank of New York Mellon, the global banking and financial services firm, runs a “Shark Tank” of its own. But instead of investors like Barbara Corcoran and Mark Cuban, BNY’s judges are selected from the company’s pool of senior leaders. They may be little-known outside of the company, but for the employees who participate, getting face time with them is a big deal.

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