Bank of America Names New CFO


Alastair Borthwick

Lender of The united states declared a administration overhaul on Friday, replacing its finance main and introducing 5 new users to the senior administration crew. 

Alastair Borthwick, president of world professional banking, will be promoted to CFO in the fourth quarter. Borthwick joined the firm in 2005 as head of world expenditure-quality debt cash markets and was beforehand co-head of world cash markets. He expended the prior 12 decades at Goldman Sachs.

The bank’s latest CFO, Paul Donofrio, will come to be vice chair and will oversee sustainable finance and chair its sustainable markets committee.

The 5 new administration crew users are main technology and info officer Aditya Bhasin, main operations government Tom Scrivener, world common counsel Lauren Mogensen, president of retail banking Holly O’Neill, and head of world professional banking Wendy Stewart.

“These adjustments placement the firm with really energized leaders who are committed to driving liable advancement by its second decade — providing for our purchasers, communities, and shareholders and addressing big societal problems,” stated chairman and main government officer Brian Moynihan. “As I shared with our board of administrators, it will proceed to be my privilege to provide with them as CEO as we drive liable advancement by its second decade.”

The administration overhaul will come weeks immediately after the financial institution declared main running officer Tom Montag would be retiring at the conclusion of the 12 months. Montag was regarded as the top candidate to thrive Moynihan if desired.

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