Rhode Island's Investment Commission on Wednesday chose BNY Mellon as its custodian bank for the state's assets of roughly $8 billion, General Treasurer Gina Raimondo announced.

Raimondo, who chairs the investment panel, said the initial contract will save the state more than $300,000 annually.

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