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Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2012

BNY Mellon said it has a global agenda to celebrate International Women's Day in 48 locations with speakers and community volunteer events.

In Australia, a clothing drive will benefit the Dress for Success organization, for example. In Johannesburg, the investment services company will hold networking events with clients.

International Women's Day dates to the early 1900s, and events typically are held in early March.

Designed for employees and clients, "This far-reaching initiative helps us continue to drive success through diversity and inclusion," said Karen Peetz, CEO of financial markets and treasury services. Peetz also founded and chairs the company's Women's Initiatives Network, with more than 40 chapters worldwide.

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