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BNY Mellon shareholders vote against proposal for independent chairman

At the Bank of New York Mellon Corp. annual meeting April 12, stockholdersvoted against a shareholder proposalfor an independent chairman, as disclosed in a Form 8-K filed the sameday.

According to the filing, therewere 590,904,712, or 69.98%,of the total votes cast against the proposal, and 253,447,974, or 30.02%, voteswere cast in favor of the proposal. Abstentions totaled 30,827,693.