Investors have yet to fully reward Mellon Bank Corp. for its asset management business, according to vice chairman Christopher Condron.

Mr. Condron told the Bank and Financial Analysts Association's annual symposium in New York that Mellon's shares have lagged behind those of other asset managers, despite the company's $130 billion of assets under management for institutional retirement plans, wealthy individuals, and other investors.

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