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BNY Mellon Launches AI-Focused Digital R&D Hub in Dublin

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BNY Mellon has announced the creation of a new Digital R&D Hub in Dublin, with an initial investment of €8 million. The hub will spearhead innovation in AI, machine learning, and data analytics. By the end of 2025, it’s expected to more than double the bank’s digital team in Dublin, creating 30 specialist jobs.

BNY Mellon’s recent increase in patent applications and successful AI initiatives such as its Predictive Analytics for Trade Settlement underline the bank’s commitment to technological innovation. Furthermore, the hub aims to boost local STEM talent development through collaborations with educational bodies and new recruitment efforts.

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