Brian T. Moynihan: Bank of America

Brian Moynihan

BRIAN T. MOYNIHAN: Bank of America

President and Chief Executive Officer

Joined Bank of America in: 2004

Employment History
  • Bank of America President and CEO (2010-present)
  • Bank of America CEO, Banc of America Securities LLC (2008-2009)
  • Bank of America General Counsel (2008-2009)
  • Bank of America President Global Corporate and Investment Banking (2007-2008)
  • Bank of America President Global Wealth and Investment Mgt (2004-2007)
  • Fleet Boston EVP Regional Commercial Financial Services (2003-2004)
  • Fleet Boston EVP Brokerage and Wealth Management (1999-2004)
  • Fleet Boston Deputy General Counsel (1993-1999)
  • Edwards & Angell Staff Attorney (1984-1993)
Board Memberships
  • Director and Member of Executive Committee – Bank of America Corporation
  • Director – United Way of Mass Bay
  • Director – YouthBuild Boston Inc.
  • Chairman – Providence Haitian Project Inc.
  • Former Director and Member of Executive Committee – BlackRock Inc.
  • Vice Chairman – The Business Council
Other Associations
  • BofA Merrill Lynch
  • Fleet Boston Financial Corp.
  • BlackRock Inc.
  • Brown University
  • Miami University
  • Boys and Girls Clubs of Boston Inc.
  • Banc of America Investment Services
  • Notre Dame Law School
  • United Way of Mass Bay
  • Merrill Lynch International & Co.
  • Qualsec
  • YouthBuild Boston Inc.
  • Travelers Aid Society of Rhode Island
  • Providence Haitian Project Inc.
Other Information
Brown University ’81
University of Notre Dame Law School JD ’84 

October 9, 1959 – Marietta, Ohio

Bank of America Website (BAC)


Battling Cleanup at Bank of America
BofA’s Moynihan Gets $9.05 Million Deferred-Stock Bonus
BofA’s CEO: How to Win Friends and Influence People
BofA’s Writedown Means Moynihan ‘Better Do Better’
Moynihan Becomes Obama’s Wall Street Ally on Rules Overhaul


BofA’s Moynihan Interview Jan. 21
Brian Moynihan Presents at the Pepperdine University Dean’s Executive Leadership Series
Bank of America’s CEO Says Bank ‘Is Not Too Big’
Moynihan Becomes Obama’s Top Wall Street Ally on Rules


“There’s a lot of people out there with a lot of thoughts about how we should solve this, but at the end of the day, we’ll pay for the things that Countrywide did. It’s a day-to-day, hand-to-hand combat.”

“Big by definition is not the questions, it’s a question of how you conduct your activities, how you manage activities and how you manage risk.”

“It doesn’t all break your way all the time, so you’ve got to just power through it.”