The first picture below is Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan when he took the job in December 2009. The second picture is from his Bloomberg interview today … one year later.
This CNBC report from the World Economic Forum in Davos this week has some comments worth calling out from Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan and Barclays President Bob Diamond. Highlights from each below: BRIAN MOYNIHAN, BofA CEO “Bank of America is not too big. Big by definition is not the question, it’s a question
The CEOs of Goldman, Bank Of America, JP Morgan Chase, and Morgan Stanley went before the Congressional Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission today to revisit what happened during the heat of the financial crisis in 2008. Yesterday the NYT published a good list of questions that should be asked. Some are populist propaganda, but many are
Bank of America announced that Brian T. Moynihan, 50, head of the bank’s consumer and small business banking unit will replace Ken Lewis as president and CEO effective January 1. Prior to this announcement, it was rumored that Bank of New York chief Robert Kelly was in talks. Moynihan joined FleetBoston Financial in 1993 as