I wonder why she was an employee at several other firms before BNY Mellon?
I wonder how much of her job was simply plugging numbers of other peoples money into successful formulas, generated years ago, by others quite adept at math, and being endowed with the credit of "managing" wealth?
BNY had a plethora of ladies in their various wealth "management" departments before the introduction of Mellon, and the consequential shake up of office
musical chairs amongst glorified clerks, that only the most productive survived.
BIG difference between the "wealth management" folk- checking/retirement/prepackaged mutual fund accounts
with lots of zeros from "new" dot-com, and house-flipper real estate, folk- and the old school BNY Market Investment folk.
When I've have to deal with "wealth management"(checking) folk, which have ALWAYS been women, to fix ANOTHER screw-up, I really don't care who I deal with.
I now generally circumvent the woman who "manages" my investments and deal with the man who's actually implemented the movement of assets since I've been doing business with BNY (BNYMellon), who's one of two men that my family has dealt with in just the last 50 years or so....
This woman may have a case, I doubt it, judging from my, and my family's long term personal experience with the folks a bit higher up than the clerks at BNY.
I call, "empowered" gold digger looking not for a suit, but for a "settlement".