Mellon Bank Corp. has launched a corporate sweep account with an unusually high minimum in an effort to ratchet up the banking company's cash management and related investment businesses.

The Pittsburgh-based banking company introduced the $20 million minimum balance account - called Automatic Investment Service Gold - on March 1. It sweeps cash overnight to one of the banking company's proprietary money market mutual funds, the Dreyfus Cash Management Plus Fund.

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