Bank of America CorpBAC:NYQ

17.11
0.01 / 0.06%
26.21m
7.75%
1.57
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
DavidDarnell
Vice Chairman - Global Wealth & Investment Management
4.59m USD
61
2005
Mr. David C. Darnell is Vice Chairman - Global Wealth & Investment Management of Bank of America Corporation, since September 4, 2014. Following such appointment, Mr. Darnell no longer serves as Co-Chief Operating Officer of the Corporation, a position he held since September 6, 2011. Previously, he led Global Commercial Banking, a team of commercial banking professionals who provide integrated delivery of the bank’s full capabilities to one in three mid-sized businesses across the U.S. Global Commercial Banking comprises client management teams dedicated to Middle Market Banking, Business Banking and the Client Development Group; Commercial Real Estate Banking; Specialized Industries (Healthcare, Institutions and Government); Bank of America Business Capital (asset-based lending); and Dealer Financial Services. Global Commercial Banking also includes commercial Credit Products and Treasury Solutions, and Enterprise Client Coverage, which manages referrals among all lines of business across the company. Before serving as president of Global Commercial Banking, Darnell led the bank’s Middle Market Banking group for four years. Prior to that, he led the bank’s consumer and commercial banking operations in the central region of the U.S., based in St. Louis. Before moving to St. Louis, he served as executive vice president and Commercial Division executive for Bank of America in Florida. He joined the bank as a credit analyst in Greensboro, N.C., in 1979. He is a member of the board of trustees of the National Urban League and the national board of the Museum of Science and Industry. In Charlotte, he is a member of the board of directors of Charlotte Collegiate Football, the President’s Advisory Council of Johnson & Wales University and the board of trustees of Queens University of Charlotte.
 
BruceThompson
Chief Financial Officer
5.31m USD
49
2010
 
TerrenceLaughlin
President - Strategic Initiatives
--
56
2011
 
ThomasMontag
Co-Chief Operating Officer
6.79m USD
--
2009
 
GeoffreyGreener
Chief Risk Officer
--
--
2014
 
GaryLynch
Global General Counsel, Head - Compliance and Regulatory Relations
5.46m USD
63
2011
 
JackBovender
Lead Independent Director
--
68
2012
 
BrianMoynihan
Chairman of the Board, President, Chief Executive Officer
1.45m USD
54
2004
 
Pierrede Weck
Director
--
64
2013
 
CharlesGifford
Director
--
71
2004
 
CharlesHolliday
Director
--
66
2010
 
ClaytonRose
Director
--
55
2013
 
SharonAllen
Independent Director
--
62
2012
 
SusanBies
Independent Director
--
67
2009
 
FrankBramble
Independent Director
--
65
2006
 
ArnoldDonald
Independent Director
--
59
2013
 
LindaHudson
Independent Director
--
63
2012
 
MonicaLozano
Independent Director
--
57
2006
 
ThomasMay
Independent Director
--
66
2004
 
LionelNowell
Independent Director
--
59
2013
 
R. DavidYost
Independent Director
--
66
2012
View all 21 directors & officersOfficers and Directors data as of Nov 22 2014

Director dealings

Directors appear to be accumulating shares in Bank of America Corp. On average, during each of the last 36 months, they have purchased a net 28.65k shares.

As of 01 Nov 2014
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Dealing dateName & titleSharesPer share (USD)Deal size (USD)
Purchase
01 Oct 2014
Mr. J O Bovender Jr.
4,94816.8283.23k
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